Unfortunately, dying without a will in California is a common occurrence. Here are scenarios of what happens when a loved one dies without having a will in place.
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.
Aquamation is an alternative to cremation also known as alkaline hydrolysis. As the name suggests, aquamation is a water-based method of final disposition that has been gaining popularity in recent years.
Whether you’re in Southern California, on the East Coast, or in the Midwest, scattering ashes in a body of water is a common practice when it comes to honoring a loved one. The symbolism—of literally letting your loved one go, can be cathartic and beautiful, a meaningful step in the grieving process.
With nearly everything available for online purchase today, from mattresses to groceries, more and more industries are adapting their businesses to e-commerce, including the cremation industry.
As the only external processor authorized by agencies across the nation for ordering vital records online, VitalChek is by far the best solution for funeral homes that order death certificates as a service, reducing the wait time from weeks to days.
When a veteran passes away, their family may qualify for certain benefits. We’ve compiled the most commonly asked questions about veteran’s benefits to help provide clarity and to alleviate potential concerns.
California families have many options when it comes to scattering ashes in the Golden State: From the world’s tallest trees to historic landmarks, from national parks to urban beaches, you’re sure to find a place that celebrates your loved one's life in a fitting way.
Filing paperwork after the death of a loved one can be overwhelming. Surviving family members often have questions about death certificates, and how to go about preparing and filing this vital record.