GOV UK - What to do when someone dies: step-by-step.

Yonderlife helps you interact positively with anyone involved with probate or when someone has died.

GOV UK - What to do when someone dies: step-by-step.
What to do when someone die

First of all, we would like to offer our condolences if someone you know has died. This will be an incredibly challenging time, where we intend to be of help to you.

The UK government publish guidance on what needs to be undertaken when there is a death.  They publish their information here:

What to do when someone dies: step by step - GOV.UK
Check what to do after a death - how to register the death, notify government departments and manage financial issues.
What to do when someone dies.

They split their steps into 5 areas:

1. Register the death

2. Arrange the funeral

3. Tell the government about the death  

4. Check if you can get bereavement benefits

5. Deal with their estate

Each of these steps are positive starting points for you to consider.  Some or all of these you will need to undertake depending on how involved you are with the deceased's affairs.

Each step explains what you need to do via online services.

It may be that family members, beneficiaries of the will, designated executors or personal representatives or legal professionals are involved.  By using Yonderlife we will guide you through this difficult time and you will be empowered to understand where you can assist.

Now is a good time for you to familiarise yourself with Yonderlife, our community, our tools and to get in touch if you have any questions.

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