Video Blog: Can I Place My Final Ceremonies Preferences In My Will?

In certain situations, those outlining their estate plan may want to consider their choices for their final arrangements as well. Attorney Jeffrey P. Coleman explains whether it is an option to place your final ceremonies’ preferences in your will and if it is advised.

Video Transcript:

While you can certainly provide information about your final ceremonies or the disposition of your body in your will, it is certainly not necessary for you to do so. We encourage that it be provided to the attorney so that it is available at the time of person’s demise but it is not necessary that that information be placed into your will.

Some people also feel like they would rather it not go in their will because the will is something that could become public records: and they would prefer to keep some of that information private.

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