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My loved one has died, what do I do now?


Just to be clear, I’m not a legal or financial expert. I’m just someone who’s been through it and wants to make things easier for others. 


The goal of this guide is simple: to help ease the stress and uncertainty of dealing with estates and end-of-life arrangements.


It will save you time, money and confusion.


The guide covers the first hours, days, weeks and months after a loved one dies, stepping you through a prioritised list of tasks you will need to complete, from the funeral arrangements to finalising the estate. 


The guide details each state of Australia and has been written in consultation with Greg Russo of Greg Russo Law Pty Ltd, a specialist in Wills and Estates Law in Victoria.


We let you know what you can do yourself and when it would be best to consult a legal or financial professional.


It is written in everyday language and is easy to understand.


We know this can be a really challenging time to make difficult decisions and undertake complex administration. So we have developed a FREE checklist that follows the steps outlined in this guide to assist you with keeping track of the tasks required.


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Catherine, I love the work that you do with the guide in which you have developed in order “NOT” to be caught out Dead! I am so glad that someone has come up with a clear guide for a matter which can be so stressful and so complicated.’ – Ben, Carrum Downs


Excellent initiative and wish they had something like this when both my parents died within 11 months – it would have relieved so much stress!! 😊 - Jennifer WA