Hi Crocket, Your right, this is not something that everybody talkabout everyday. However, when disaster hits, before weknow it we're spending thousands of dollars forunnessary items. This is for anybody who don't know what to do, thisis my suggestions:1) Does your spouse or your love ones know were all of your assests located? Such as account numbers to your stocks, mutual funds etc....2) Medical Power of Attorney or Statutory Will (Check with your state to see if these two forms are free) If not satisfied, consult with your attorney.3) Living Trust, this is very good because, it avoids probates. Set this up the way you want it done and it'll continue, even beyond death (This one you'll have to see an attorney) Wills, doesn't avoid probate.4) If you buy a plot make sure the documents, records and your plot can be transfer into surrounding area and/or if you move to another state. (Make sure they put it in writing.)5) If you have kids, decide who is going to have custody and/or guardian.6) Check out discount caskets. I hope this helps, any advice are welcome! Fool-on TPaine
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