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Final Arrangements Directive

As part of your estate plan, you should consider making a nonbinding Final Arrangements Directive.  You may specify your wishes regarding your final arrangements in broad terms or great detail.  You may wish to address the following:

  •  Burial, cremation, embalming
  •  Caskets and urns
  •  Headstones or burial markers
  •  Ceremonies, including location, readings, music
  •  Cost and payment of final arrangements

While this document is not legally binding, it can come as a great relief to those who must arrange these details.  This directive can put to rest questions about your final wishes and avoid family discord.

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