Spring is often associated with the beginning of new life and fresh starts, but for those who are grieving, it can also be a difficult time. While nature is blooming and flourishing, some people may be struggling with loss and sorrow.
If you have a friend or loved one who is experiencing loss during this season, you may be searching for ways to support them beyond the traditional gifts of flowers or casseroles. Although these gestures are always appreciated, there are other ways to show how much you care.
After loss consulting can be an invaluable resource for those who are dealing with the unavoidable logistics of losing a loved one. While it may not be the first thing that comes to mind, it can make a significant difference in someone’s life after a loss.
We can help with items such as:
- Prioritizing, streamlining and completing tasks
- Completing or submitting paperwork, with notary services as needed
- Transferring or archiving accounts, notifying organizations, groups and/or associations
- Closing credit cards, subscriptions and social media accounts
- Decluttering and unfurnishing home in preparation for sale
- Distributing personal property to beneficiaries
- Strategic guidance for executors, administrators and trustees
Consider our pollen-free In Lieu of Flowers package, a heartfelt way to show your support to a loved one during their time of grief. With this package, you can offer them the gift of one-on-one consulting services, customized to address their immediate or future needs. Whether it’s a friend, family member, or colleague, our services can provide them with a valuable source of comfort and guidance during a difficult time.
The best part? This gift will endure long after the flowers have withered and the casseroles have been consumed. It is a contribution that will be remembered and cherished for years to come.
This spring, give the gift of after loss consulting services through our In Lieu of Flowers package. By offering this meaningful gift, you can provide logistical support to ensure tasks are managed and there’s more space to grieve.