Resources

Looking for more information? Our funeral home is here to help guide you through this difficult time. This section contains helpful information to provide you with the following resources: Legal AdviceGrief Resources, and Veteran's Information.
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Wills & Probate

After a person dies, someone must deal with their money, property and possessions (which are jointly known as their Estate). The deceased person’s taxes and debts need to be paid, and their money and property must be distributed to the people entitled to it.

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Memorials

H Freemantle are proud to work in partnership with Town and Country Memorials to offer the highest quality stone masonry memorials. Whether you require a traditional gravestone in a churchyard or cemetery, a cremation plaque or vase, or something more unusual, we are available to meet with you to discuss your requirements and will provide you with a written estimate of the costs and a proof of the layout.

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Grief Resources

The loss of someone close to you is a life changing event. It can be difficult to imagine how life can go on without that person in it. We recognise that, as funeral directors, there is only so much we can do to relieve the suffering felt by bereaved families, but we hope that by offering as much help and support as we are able, before, during and after the funeral, we will be able to help share the burden even if only a tiny amount.

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Financial Support

There are a number of different benefits which may be payable after a bereavement, but the 3 main benefits for which you may be eligible if someone close to you has died are Bereavement Payment, Widowed Parent’s Allowance and Bereavement Allowance.

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