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When a loved one dies, those close to them have to deal with a host of administrative formalities that can be complex and difficult to manage.
Claimants often don't know who to contact to take these steps, or how to go about it.
That's why we offer a personalized service and share with you the list of organizations to notify in the event of death.
After a death, it's essential to take care of all the formalities with the various organizations to be notified in the event of death, to avoid problems later on.
We explain everything you need to know about managing formalities after death, why it's important and the list of organizations to notify in the event of death.
This is just one of the many steps required after a death.
It's important to contact all the organizations that need to be notified in the event of death, in order to manage the formalities. Each organization has its own specific procedures to follow and documents to provide.
Failure to contact an organization can lead to delays in processing formalities, or even penalties if certain steps are omitted.
So, it's crucial to make sure you contact all the organizations involved to avoid any inconvenience.
Postumo can help you get started.
Managing the formalities following the death of a loved one can be complex, requiring you to contact all the organizations that need to be notified in the event of death, keep track of administrative schedules, and draw up an inventory of the formalities required to complete the various procedures.
It is necessary to gather all the documents needed to manage administrative procedures..
Each post-death formality is specific and requires different documents. It is therefore essential to know all the steps to follow to avoid any delays or errors.The administrative formalities to be completed in the event of death vary according to the situation of the deceased. Among the organizations to notify in the event of death are :
Declare the death and obtain authorization to close the coffin;
Obtain a pass to transport the body to another commune or abroad
Requesting payment of survivor's pension;
Obtaining reimbursement of medical expenses:
Each post-death formality is specific and requires different documents. It is therefore essential to know all the steps to follow to avoid any delays or errors. The administrative procedures to be followed in the event of death vary according to the deceased's situation. The documents and procedures listed here are intended to provide you with the best possible support without having to know the deceased's life story. Each person is unique, so this information is not exhaustive, but is intended to help you understand the formalities following a death.
Among the organizations to notify in the event of death are :
Block bank accounts and close current contracts:
To regularize the tax situation of the deceased and their heirs. Depending on the deceased's situation, other organizations may need to be contacted in the event of death (for example, the military service for a veteran).
Drawing up a declaration of inheritance and dividing up the deceased's assets;
Organizing a funeral:
It takes several weeks, even months to finalize all death-related procedures.
In addition, apart from contacting the organizations to be notified in the event of death, most beneficiaries don't always know how to fill in the forms, what documents to provide or how to proceed for each step.
These documents are personalized and come with the CERFA forms (when offered by the organization). Some procedures can be done online via the web link we provide.
These documents are personalized and are accompanied by CERFA forms (when offered by the organization). Some procedures can be carried out online via the internet link we provide.
In addition to identifying the organizations to notify in the event of death and individualizing the procedures, we offer other services to support loved ones during this difficult period: