Our recent survey revealed that almost a third of Britons have missed the funeral of a family member or friend.
Here, we take a look at funeral etiquette, such as how to travel and what to wear.
Our recent research looks in to how the British public would feel about finding out details about their death.
Writing a eulogy or poem for a close friend or family member’s funeral can be a daunting task, but there's no reason to let this worry you.
It can be a tough task knowing how to act or what to say to a friend who has recently lost someone close to them.
Recent research revealed that the death of Paul Walker has been voted as the most shocking celebrity death of the past five years.
The age of social media has created a huge shift in the way we as people deal with death and the way we feel about it too.
A poetry reading at a funeral can be a positive way of expressing your feelings without the challenge of writing something yourself.
We've conducted a new survey which has revealed that the majority of end of life conversations between family members contain relationship advice.
There are a number of things you can do to keep funeral costs down, such as choosing a less expensive coffin or urn, and preparing the food yourself instead of hiring a caterer.
Different cultures and religions have different ways of mourning. Ceremonies, traditions and mourning periods are recognised differently, each meaningful to those practicing the custom.
The classic donation for funerals has always been flowers. The tradition dates back to the very first funerals/burials and possibly even as far back as Neanderthal times.