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Identity Theft Protection Measures
Thieves have long preyed on the families of the deceased. Most people are aware of the long standing warning not to publicize the deceased address in obituaries and have someone house sit during funeral services. With the advent of modern technology that facilitates easy access to public domain information, thieves are now targeting the deceased for identity theft. This article provides simple steps to help avoid identity theft.

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Expressing Yourself — Condolence Messages

In today’s high tech world, letter writing seems a thing of the past. Yet, during times of grief and loss, a thoughtful condolence note can be the most important and appreciated remembrance a loved one receives. This article provides helpful hints for expressing yourself.

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Cleaning Out a House Full of Memories

Handling the details of an estate is not just about carrying out the directives of the will and distributing financial assets – you may also have to pack up and clean out a house full of memories. Determining the disposition of a household can be a trying time, not to mention a lot of hands-on work. This article suggests some simple ways to make the job as smooth as possible.

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What to Do – Now that You’re in Charge of Finances

Many women, who are recently widowed, find that they must now handle household and personal financial matters for the first time. A woman’s role in society has changed greatly, but many women still follow the traditional model and allow their husband to handle all the finances. Problems then arise, when they find themselves on their own and unfamiliar with financial matters. This article provides some suggestions on how to handle your finances.

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