Understanding the Many Decisions of End-of-Life Planning
The Counsel for Caregivers Seminar Series is a month program created by the Orange County Commission on Aging to help elders and their caregivers learn more about elder services and the aging network.
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“Understanding the Many Decisions of End-of-Life Planning” - Steve Harding, Baldwin-Fairchild
- Key decisions that must be made including burial or cremation, funeral home, cemetery, music, flowers, etc.
- What are the costs (or range of costs)?
- What forms must be completed and how many copies of the death certificate should be requested.
- What is the timeframe that I must notify all financial institutions, Social Security, Medicare, etc?
- Does a surviving spouse need to change all the accounts (including the house deed) and what are these costs?
- How can you protect yourself from identity theft or fraud during this transition?
- How to assemble personal information for an obituary.
- How to inform friends and family that someone has passed.
- What preplanning should I consider to make the transition smoother?