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Resolving difficulties with property, possessions or guardianship of children
Confirmation that a person has the right to wind up the estate of somebody who has died
Made voluntarily by somebody 18 years or over who is of sound mind, signed and witnessed
Notifying the tax office about a deceased person so tax affairs can be settled
Losing a loved one is a difficult time. Death in itself is distressing and unfortunately, the administrative procedures which must be followed can be an additional unwelcome burden. These pages are designed to provide some useful help and advice with the arrangements for dealing with and registering a death.
For details of local cemetaries, funeral services and memorials contact your local district or borough council.
You can access all district and borough council services through DevOnline
Also on devon.gov.uk
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