Death of a loved one
The days following a loss of a loved one can be stressful and confusing for a family, as well as those who are acting as the personal representative responsible for the estate.
More often than not, the one who has been appointed to be the personal representative may be unaware of his or her responsibilities.
And what is there is no will! Then what?
There are times funeral homes do not provide this information or family members are not comfortable returning to the funeral home for this assistance.
What to Do When a Loved One Dies?
Zengard Bronze can help you and your family by easing the stress of making contact with a number of Government agencies, both Federal and Provincial.
We can provide you with the knowledge and comfort in knowing documentation has been addressed.
We provide a “Common Sense” estate checklist to help you remember duties that are still needed to be attended to or done.
Filling out applications for survivor benefits, notifications, transfer of benefits are but a few of the things we offer to assist you with.
Zengard Bronze has a Commissioner of Oaths on staff to assist.