What should I do when my father died?

What should I do when my father died?

Below are additional important tasks to consider in the days and weeks immediately following the funeral.

  1. Notify Social Security.
  2. Obtain copies of the death certificate.
  3. Cancel Insurance.
  4. Meet with the family attorney.
  5. Handle other assets.
  6. Manage credit accounts.
  7. Cancel driver’s license and voter registration.

How old was my dad when he died?

I understand why you are finding it hard hun, my real Dad died suddenly of heart attack when i was 14…he was 47, then my stepfather died of cancer 7 years later so this is third time for me and then i expect my second stepdad will follow soon after my mum.

How long does my dad have to live?

My dad has a very aggressive tumour. He wasn’t offered any treatment because it’s inoperable, untreatable. He’s been given 3-6months to live, we only found out that he had a tumour 2 weeks ago. I don’t have the words to make you feel better.

Are there fathers that are too young to go anywhere?

Our father’s are both too young to go anywhere. Life is very unfair and a lot of the time to the wrong people. Nobody can answer where we go once we die but we can only hope that there’s more than just this life and that we will meet our loved ones again.

Who was the 4 year old girl that was found dead?

Some information in it may no longer be current. The family of Keira Kagan, seen here in an undated photo, will say goodbye to the four-year-old at a funeral today.

How long has it been since my dad died?

If you’re hoping to comfort someone who’s grieving, here are a couple of things you shouldn’t do. At the time of this publication — January 9, 2018 — my dad will have been dead for exactly one month. He’s in my mom’s closet now.

How many times did I answer the door after my dad died?

In the two weeks that followed my dad’s death, I probably answered the door around 15 times a day, and that’s a conservative estimate. Everyone I had ever known came over to our house to give their respects, and while it was done with love, it was also completely exhausting.

Is there anything I can do about my dad’s death?

There’s nothing anyone could say that would mitigate the harsh reality of my father’s death. That’s part of why death makes us all so uncomfortable — we can’t fix it. It’s hard and sad and devastating, and that’s just the truth of it. There’s no getting around the heartbreaking fact of mortality, so don’t try to.

Why was it a shock when my dad died?

My dad’s death came as a shock only to him — the rest of us have feared for it a long, long time, for reasons I’m not yet ready to discuss with people I don’t know. But I’ve been holding my breath for it since I was my brother’s age, probably even younger, which creates its own sort of shock.