Harold Stephens enhances business with client bereavement service

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Bristol-based financial adviser Harold Stephens has launched a service for clients who have lost a loved one in collaboration with Settld, a nationwide bereavement service.

Launched earlier this year, Settld will help clients notify multiple companies of a death in one go, from banks, insurance, credit card, mobile phone, and subscription services. Richard Higgs, founder and director of Harold Stephens said: "At Harold Stephens, we deal almost exclusively with clients in later life, so bereavement is a situation which arises perhaps more often than with many other financial advisers. It's heartbreaking to hear our clients telling us they've lost a partner or family member." He added: "We are determined to do everything possible to ease the bereavement pr...

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