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Funeral Expenses - You can set up a payable-at-death account to help fund your funeral or, you can prepay. Prepaying sometimes causes unreliable issues, so it might be best to set up an account at your bank for funeral funds. Because expenses change all the time, it’s important to make sure your account holds the correct amount for your funeral expenses. Checking the cost of various needs for a funeral annually might be a good idea.
Final Arrangements - You probably documented your final wishes and arrangements in your estate plan long ago. Sometimes, things change. You might decide to be an organ or body donor at some point. You may decide on cremation over burial. These changes must be made in your estate plan to ensure that your final wishes and arrangements are carried out. To make any changes to your final arrangement section of your estate plan, contact your estate lawyer in Raleigh.
Eldreth Law Firm, PLLC are here to help you document any and all estate plan changes so that you can ensure your wishes are carried out, upon your death. For more information will help you make sure you're wishes are documented properly upon your death, visit back with our blog, soon.
Remember, if you don’t have an estate plan in place or haven’t reviewed yours in several years, now might be the best time to start. Our estate lawyer in Raleigh is here to help you get your estate planning in order and ready should you pass in an untimely manner or become incapacitated at some point. It’s better to be safe than sorry when it comes to an estate plan. Contact our office.
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