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8: Write A Letter of Instruction

The death of a loved one is devastating. It’s emotionally draining. But it’s also demanding and overwhelming. Where do your loved ones begin?

Point them in the right direction by leaving them a detailed letter of instruction. Your letter of instruction should include funeral wishes and any prepaid funeral arrangements; contact information for lawyers, accountants, and financial advisors; obituary suggestions; location of life insurance policies and other original documents; whereabouts of your safe deposit box and key, if you have one; and all other important information.

The more details you provide, the easier it will be for your loved ones.

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