This article was written by Matthew Van Drimmelen, Owner of Full Circle Aftercare. Full Circle Aftercare helps families after the loss by:
Making sure you and your family won’t miss out on any benefits
Helping you make the official notification of death to necessary government agencies, financial institutions, insurance companies
Setting up fraud protection so thieves won’t use your loved one’s information
For more information, see the contact information at the bottom of the page.
“I personally know Matthew and the compassionate and valuable services his team provides after a loss, and I highly recommend their services.” - Dr. Jason Troyer
List of Businesses & Government Offices
to Contact After the Death of a Loved One
This list is provided as a general resource. Your situation may require that you contact more or fewer businesses or organizations.
Life Insurance Agent/Agency
Social Security Office
Veteran’s Affairs (if a Veteran)
Postal Service (to stop or forward mail)
Utility or Other Service Providers (to stop or adjust services)(TV, Internet, Electricity, Water, Trash Pick-up, Internet, Cell Phone, Lawn Care, etc.)
Health Insurance Company
Mortgage Holder; other Loan Officers or Agencies
Credit Card Companies
Credit Reporting Agencies
Organizations of which your loved one was a member
Registrar of Voters
Landlord, Assisted Living Facility, or other place of residence
Are You Confused or Overwhelmed with Contacting Financial Institutions, Government Agencies, and Insurance Companies? Would You Like Some Help?
Would you like personalized help navigating the maze of estate issues? The team at Full-Circle Aftercare can help you create a customized plan of action. Then they use 3-way conference calls to make the necessary notifications, closing accounts, claiming benefits, changing beneficiaries and protecting the estate.
Full-Circle Aftercare is based in the United States and never uses overseas customer service agents.
Contact Full-Circle Aftercare for a Free Consultation
You can contact Full-Circle Aftercare in the following ways. There is a fee to use their services, but there is no fee for the initial conversation and no obligation. Simply call, email, or complete the form to learn how they can help you.