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Death can be a confronting subject, but the more we plan for it and talk about it with our ageing parents, the easier it can be to deal with when the time comes.
The death of our ageing parents can be the hardest time.
It is a time when we wish to be left alone to mourn, but are suddenly
thrown into a whirlwind of decision making at the worst moment.
We must decide about funerals, sort out legal and financial affairs, and
property, all the time negotiating often fraught relationships with our
families. And attempting to deal with our grief.
Here we’ll share information on how to prepare, then what you can expect
after they die.