Affairs in order: a complete resource guide to death and dying

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Macmillan Publishing Company, Incorporated, 1991 - Social Science - 315 pages
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This book covers everything a person needs to know to get his or her "affairs in order" or to handle the death of another--information that is often hard to find or rough to research during ilness or bereavement. It offers complete state-by-state listings of agencies that advise on everything from organ donation to home burial regulations and much more.

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Emphasizing the importance of planning ahead, this manual addresses the practical matters that death raises. It is divided into three parts: before, during, and after a death. Part I describes wills ... Read full review

Contents

Your Will
3
Disposition and Commemoration
32
LifeandDeath Decisions
79
Copyright

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Patricia Anderson has hosted radio interview shows, written and produced programming for National Public Radio and PBS, and worked in television news. She has contributed to numerous magazines and periodicals, and is the author of Affairs in Order: A Complete Resource Guide to Death and Dying. She lives and works in upstate New York.

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