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An unexpected death is a traumatic event for any family. The surviving spouse, child or guardian is entrusted with the responsibility of notifying other relatives, friends, and business associates of the passing of a companion.
The first unwelcome task maybe to arrange the funeral according to your wishes. Despite careful preparation by the deceased, many widows, widowers, or survivors have no idea where the funeral instructions are located, resulting in funeral arrangements not being handled in the way desired. This absence of information often means an additional burden for your loved one.
Later, after the funeral, the daunting task of gathering financial information for estate and federal taxes begins. Locating the documents often takes an extraordinary amount of time and causes unnecessary stress for your loved ones.
All these responsibilities may be overwhelming, but they need not be if time is taken to write instructions so that your family will not have to hunt for documents or names of important people you want notified.
Fortunately this booklet can help you can eliminate these problems
This booklet will assist in providing your survivors, among other things, with the necessary knowledge of family affairs, the whereabouts of your important documents and records. the names of the professionals you work with, the locations of passwords to access any online information, and details for preparing the funeral services you desire.
When you have completed this booklet, you will be rewarded with the peace of mind that your survivors will be able to carry out your final wishes easily. Finally, a thoughtfully completed booklet will assuredly bring a surviving spouse the comfort of knowing the wishes of their close friend, their spouse.
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Book Description Trafford Publishing, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1412076595