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A simple step-by-step guide for family members, personal representatives and executors with day-to-day time-lines and checklists to successfully administer and close an estate. All related tax, legal, probate and financial topics are covered. Written for United States citizens. Book Release April 2011, Chicago, IL.

When a loved one, family member or friend passes away, most people quickly find themselves in a stressful, awkward situation with many more questions popping into their mind than answers. The first question being, “What am I supposed to do?”
This book was written to clearly and concisely guide you through each and every step necessary to successfully settle the affairs of the person you cared for. It is organized by what needs to be done each day after death.
Each time period has a checklist of actions to help organize and simplify the process. There are many tasks to complete. By breaking the list down to simple, straightforward actions, the entire process becomes less daunting and lowers stress.

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What To Do When Someone Dies: A simple guide for executors to settle an estate including funeral, tax and probate tips
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3 / 5
USA only - not for Brits
March 28th, 2015
nb this is not the UK book of the same title. Helpful until the law kicks in. Checklist format keeps it real and practical.
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