What is a Disposition of Last Remains?

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What is a Disposition of Last Remains?

There can be an understandable reluctance among families to seriously discuss with a loved one what should happen after that person passes. One way to help alleviate such an outcome is to create a Disposition of Last Remains document. This allows you to clearly state your own preferences, helping to prevent disputes or uncertainty amongst those sadly grieving your loss.

The DLR can cover sensitive areas such as organ donation or donating your body to science. It can also cover ceremonial preferences, whether during burial or cremation, and you can state the funeral service directors you wish to be involved in completing the arrangements.

Meurer Law Offices are experts in the provision of all estate planning attorney services. To find out more about a Disposition of Last Remains document, or any other such matters, simply call 303-991-3544…

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