I’m a Single Parent. How Can I Get Ahead Financially?
Written by Andrew Hunt
Written by Jason Hiley
The death of a spouse leaves no shortage of paperwork, phone calls, and critical decisions. Being organized is one way to help mitigate possible frustrations you may encounter while moving forward. The following is a list of documents that are commonly needed to tend to your spouse’s affairs:
If you have a safe deposit box, be sure to check there for many of these important documents. You may also find it helpful to contact your financial advisor, insurance agent, accountant, and attorney to assist you in locating some of these documents.
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