Moving on involves so much.

First, you want to give your loved one the resting place that he or she deserves. This resting place will last eternity; choose one that you know would have been what the deceased would have wanted.

About Scattering by Air

Losing a loved one is tremendously hard.  This blog is dedicated to helping you to get through this trying period, with all of the difficult decisions and hard work that is involved with saying goodbye.

Dealing with the loss of a loved one can be extremely difficult.  From handling the funeral arrangements, to choosing a resting place, to executing the will, it is all very difficult. Additionally, there is a lot that no one ever talks about—all of the small things that can be incredibly difficult.  Dealing with paperwork related to property ownership transfers.  If your loved on had a life insurance policy, there are often death benefits that the insurance company, making it necessary for you to contact a lawyer to contest the death benefits denial.  There is so much that goes into “closing out the affairs” of someone that has passed and so little as far as resources to help you.  I hope that this blog will serve to inform and guide you.

Some of the topics that I write about


Dealing with the loss is hands-down the hardest part of the death of a loved one.  Knowing that you are not along and that there are others that feel the same way as you do can be one of the best ways to cope with the grief that goes along with loss.


Wills, estates, life insurance benefits, and all of the mountains of paperwork would be difficult to deal with even without the grief and stress of losing someone dear to you.  Some of my posts give tips about how to handle some of these sensitive topics.


What kind of burial should you do? How do I pick a headstone?  What questions should I ask of the funeral home? You’ll have so many questions that you’ll feel like you’re underwater.  This blog will try to help you to cope with all of this

Recent Posts

Read some of my latest posts on my experience saying goodbye to a loved on.


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