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Most people acquire over their lifetime money and material things they want to give their loved ones when they die. Yet few actually catalog their possessions or declare in writing who gets what. The result can tear families apart with more intensity than the feud between the Hatfields and McCoys.
DEATH 101 was written to guide people through the oftentimes heart-wrenching task of being prepared before death occurs. This practical book, which does not discriminate between rich and poor or race and religion, strives to make dying less painful and overwhelming for those left behind. Its easy to understand chapters and worksheets lead you step-by-step through every death-related circumstance you're likely to encounter.
Before you die, give yourself and your loved ones the ultimate gift: Catalog all you've worked for. Write down the whereabouts of bank and savings accounts and health and life insurance policies. Tell your loved ones where to find the extra set of keys to the riding lawn mower and what you want donated to your favorite charity. Decide who will get grandma's wedding dress and grandpa's fishing pole, and finally, think about your own funeral, then choose what you'll wear, who will attend, whether you'll be buried or cremated how much you'll spend and who will handle the arrangements.
Nobody gets out of this world alive. You won't be remembered for the clothes you wore or the cars you owned. What really counts is your attitude toward life and your courage to be prepared before death.
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Book Description Trafford Publishing, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1425137377
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