What's in a Cemetery, Cremation & Funeral Final Arrangements PreplanWhat's in a Cemetery, Cremation & Funeral Final Arrangements Preplan
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CHANGES WILL OCCUR

Death is not only a tragic human event it is a profound legal and financial one, as well. A great number of changes will occur to survivors, beyond the terrible loss of your companionship and care. There are the transfers of; property real and otherwise, wills, trusts, bank accounts, insurance, etc.

Therefore, a good deal of information is going to be needed by many different people and institutions. As part of your final plan, you should provide your loved ones with a guide to those things they will have to deal with and carry out in your absence.


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MAKING THE PLAN

You will want to set down what kind of arrangements you would like. Whether your choice is burial, entombment, cremation, scattered in nature, burial at sea, large funeral, small funeral, no funeral, religious, non-religious, etc. A plan should include your final directives, so loved ones won't be guessing that you would have wanted it that way.

We recommend printing, the Final Arrangements' Planning Forms to complete each area of planning. They will provide you with a written record of your arrangement efforts. There aren't any costs for personal use of  these planning sheets.

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