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How To Avoid A Home Break-In When You're Attending A Family Member's Funeral

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While you’re dealing with your grief and are focused on making arrangements with funeral homes after the death of a loved one, you, unfortunately, have one more thing to consider — the risk of a home break-in. In what society may consider one of the worst types of property crimes, criminals occasionally target the homes of family members when they’re attending a funeral service. You don’t want to skip the funeral service in order to stay at home and protect it, so you’ll need to take a series of preventative steps that can reduce the risk of this unpleasant surprise upon arriving home.…

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3 Tips For Including Children In A Funeral Service

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Teaching children about the traditions of death typically happens slowly. Most kids don’t have to face a devastating loss early in life, so they can learn about the tough topic of death as they discover it. However, sometimes a child faces the death of a beloved friend or family member and may even want to be part of a funeral of a loved one. If you are trying to decide how to best include children in the funeral for your loved one, consider the following tips.…

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Four Approaches To Funeral Service And The Importance Of Selecting One In Advance

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While you may live several decades more, you should still make preparations for your own death. Even the simplest of tasks can leave your family wafting in a wind of indecisive grief after you are gone. Take funeral services, for an example. There are four approaches to funeral services; do you know which one you would prefer for your funeral? This small detail can seem so overwhelming to others if you leave it unselected.…

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