How Are Funeral Rituals Different Across Cultures?

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Funeral traditions around the world often have similar themes, but can still vary greatly. Most put an emphasis on respect, reverence and rebirth.

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What to Know When Scattering Ashes in Ohio

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Scattering ashes is legal in Ohio, with some stipulations. Here’s how to do so in accordance with the law, following the cremation of your loved one.

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How to Approach the Talk: Encouraging Your Loved Ones to Make End of Life Decisions

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Sitting down and having a long conversation with a loved one about what they want to happen after they pass on can be emotional but it is a pivotal step.

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Five Facts You May Not Know About Cremation

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Not only is cremation cost-effective, but also it offers additional benefits. Here are five facts about cremation that you might not have known.

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Your Funeral Planning Checklist

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Planning a funeral is difficult. On top of the emotional toll of saying goodbye to a loved one, there are a litany of logistical details to be managed.

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Three Things You Spend Too Much Money On and Affordable Alternatives

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Nobody likes spending too much money when they could have gotten something just as good for fewer dollars. Here are three things that people overspend on.

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Five Tips for Coping with the Loss of a Spouse

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The death of a spouse is never easy. When you’ve chosen to build a life together, it is always hard to see it cut short, whether it lasted one year or 50.

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Dispelling Myths About Life Insurance

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Learn all about life insurance from when it’s needed to protect loved ones or pay for cremation and funerals and cases to when you don’t need it.

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How to Talk to Your Aging Parents about End-of-Life Planning

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Starting the conversation about your parents’ end-of-life wishes might feel awkward, but chances are good that your parents will be relieved when you do.

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Power of Attorney: Why You Need It

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Creating a power of attorney is a necessary safeguard for any aging person. This document gives you control over who makes decisions on your behalf.

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