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To donate your organs you will need to state your intentions on your driver's licence application, with your state or national donation registry, or even with another accredited organization or association. Donating organs and tissue after your death to help those in need is one of the most rewarding paths you can choose, and finding the right organization or association to handle your body after death is essential.

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5 Estate & Funeral Planning Documents You Should Prepare Right Now

You never know what the future will hold, and that’s why it is so important to be prepared.  But while having your estate and final wishes in order can give you peace of mind, the legal landscape of doing so can be confusing.  As a result, people far too often ...

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“How Would You Like to Be Buried?” Having a Difficult Conversation With Your Spouse

While many of us have some idea of what we’d like to happen when we die, talking about it can be difficult.  And when it comes to discussing funerals, burials, and other related topics, spouses may find those final stages challenging to consider. Fortunately, there are ways to approach this ...

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What You Need to Know About Advance Directives

Planning for the end of life entails contemplation of possible terminal scenarios. No one likes to imagine one’s final passage, but by giving it some thought ahead of time you will be doing yourself and your life companions a foresighted favor. You can complete this favor with an advance directive ...

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Estate Planning: When We Leave Pets Behind

Since 1947, when the term 'nuclear family,' was first popularized, house-pets have been considered a crucial part of the basic social unit in America.

There are over 70 million cats and over 70 million dogs occupying over 30% of American households. That is more than enough furry friends to ...

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