A family guide to estate planning, funeral arrangements, and settling an estate after death
Explains how to draw up a will, ways of avoiding probate, how to transfer an estate to heirs without paying enormous inheritance taxes, how to make funeral preferences and final wishes known, and more
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anatomical gift appointment avoid probate bank account beneficiaries body disposal bond cemetery plot chapter charge checks child choose claim costs creditors cremation crematorium death benefits death certificate debts deceased left deceased's assets document donation donor embalming entitled estate tax euthanasia example exemption expensive friends funeral arrangements funeral bill funeral director funeral home gift tax grave burial Guardian heirs inheritance taxes insurance policies inventory involved joint owner joint ownership jointly lawyer Letter of Instruction liabilities living trust Location Marital Deduction Maximum federal credit memorial society ment minor children offer paid parents patient payable payments Personal Representative prefer premium probatable assets probate administration procedure protect reason require responsibility revocable trust ritual service safety deposit box securities share small estate specified surviving spouse survivors terminal tion tive transfer usually vehicle vivors yes yes