Resources for Families Who Lost a Loved One
If you recently lost a loved one in an accident, we offer our deepest condolences. No one is ever prepared to face this sort of tragedy. Through the years, our firm has stood beside many other North Carolina families facing the same nightmare that now confronts you.
The following are some resources that they have found helpful:
- Grief Share
“It hurts to lose someone” – that’s Grief Share’s motto. They specialize in bereavement counseling and have group sessions nationwide to help you through the grieving process. Find a group here.
- Bereavement Counseling for Families of Veterans
If you’re a parent, spouse, or child of an Armed Forces personnel, the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) has bereavement counseling options for you. For more information contact their Readjustment Counseling Service at 202-461-6530 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wills & Estate Distribution in North Carolina
- How Estates Are Distributed in NC
Do you need to know how to carry out your loved one’s will? This pamphlet is filled with helpful information to simplify the process.
- Checklist of Needed Documents for Estate Distribution
In order to begin the estate distribution process, you will need to collect a variety of documents. This page contains a list of all the documents you will need.
- Answers to FAQ’s About Wills & Estates in NC
Wills/estate distribution is a confusing process. Here you’ll find the North Carolina Court System’s answers to the most frequently asked questions.
Survivors Benefits (Benefits for Family Members)
- Social Security Survivors Benefits
Was your loved one a breadwinner? If so, you may qualify for help through this program and this 12-page book can help.
- Federal Benefits for Families of Veterans
Was your loved one a veteran? This page of the Department of Affairs details the federal programs that are available to families of veterans after their loss.
Auto Insurance Coverages in North Carolina
- The Consumer’s Guide to Automobile Insurance
Multiple insurance policies can cover the aftermath of one accident. This guide will help you sort out which coverages may be available to you.
If you plan to file an insurance claim, please be aware that there are timeframes for every type of claim and insurance companies may already have their lawyers and adjusters working against you.
We understand that calling for legal advice may be the last thing on your mind right now, but when so much is at stake, we encourage you to seek advice from an experienced attorney when you are able.
If you have any questions, or we can be of any assistance whatsoever, please contact us at 1-866-900-7078.