Thanksgiving is in the rearview mirror and boughs of holly and evergreen sprigs have replaced the pumpkins and autumn decor. For the moment, a quiet peaceful feeling has settled into the house as the shift to the next whirlwind of activities and merriment looms just around the bend.
This post was written by Connie Rakowsky, an experienced mediator who has handled intergenerational family rivalries and hundreds of probate disputes between relatives after the death of a family member.
How to Avoid Probate Litigation After Death
Summer is finally here. Families are packing up their cars and traveling near and far to throw open the windows of that special place where they may have “summered” for generations. It’s time to let the fresh air in and sweep away the cobwebs.
This post was written by Carley Barton, copywriter, essayist, blogger of The Renegade Rulebook and recent keynote speaker for Creative Mornings Portsmouth. She shares this blog post, published September 2013, about her feelings after the loss of her only brother.
Feelings That Never Leave You
“It’s going to be okay, honey.”
National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD) is celebrating it’s 10th anniversary helping to educate people across the U.S. about the importance of advance healthcare planning during a week long event, from April 16-22, 2017.
The overall theme for 2017 is “it always seems too early, until it’s too late”.
There are many reasons adult children might struggle to face their parents mortality. Let's face it, no one wants to think about death and dying much less talk about it. Yet, it's inevitable and deserves setting aside time to have a very important conversation while you are able to.
This post is written by Steve Johnson who co-created PublicHealthLibrary.Org with a fellow pre-med student. While the topic of suicide is difficult, suicide is a sudden unexpected death that leaves family members and friends left behind needing help.
How to Help a Friend or Loved One Through a Loss from Suicide