The legal and financial responsibilities typically fall on the family after a loved one passes away.
Experiencing grief or depression is common after losing a loved one or receiving life-changing news. But how does grief differ from depression?
Despite how common an experience it is, grief and its associated sense of loss is still a deeply misunderstood process. Here are five things to know about grief as you process your loss.
Naturally, you can’t keep everything that a loved one used to own. So how do you decide what to keep or how to repurpose some items so that they aren’t just taking up space in your house?
After the death of a loved one, it’s natural to seek out ways to honor their memory. A memorial garden of any shape or size can be a wonderful tribute to your loved one and will serve as a place of healing.
Cremation fireworks are the incorporation of a loved one’s ashes into a fireworks display. This can be an especially dramatic, amazing, and just plain fun way to celebrate the life of the departed.
A Legacy Contact is a person that you designate to have access to your Apple account’s data in the event of your death. So if you’ve ever wondered what happens to your phone after you die, read on to learn how to choose a Legacy Contact and what that means.