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Letters to be read upon death?


Do any of you have letters you have written to be opened when you die? If so would you be willing to share if you just write the basic love stuff or what else you might include in them? (ps I hate being an adult and having to do these kind of things!)

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Kylyssa Shay (Kylyssa) says

19 months ago
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    Tim Mitchell (tsmog) 19 months ago

    I too have a Master File on my PC for making any transition easy for the executor of my estate. I have like you suggested all the accounts listed with passwords and links how to close them. Plus, a PDF copy of my will is there+easy to read inventory


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MizBejabbers says

19 months ago
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    Peeples 19 months ago

    A family tree is a neat idea also. My children are still young so I am sure I will have to revise as they become adults. Thanks!

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Christin Sander (ChristinS) says

19 months ago
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    Kylyssa Shay (Kylyssa) 19 months ago

    I'd suggest you research the laws in your state if you wish to be cremated or have anything else non-traditional done with your remains. We had to collect notarized statements from relatives to cremate my dad despite his written wish to be cremated.


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Paula (fpherj48) says

19 months ago
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    Peeples 19 months ago

    I agree the legal side needs to be explained. I broke down how to deal with the Social security to get death benefits should I pass while my kids are still young. Damn this grown up stuff! Lol!


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Tim Mitchell (tsmog) says

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    Peeples 19 months ago

    Very cool! I want to be cremated and tossed in the river while my husband plays Free Bird with only the closest to me there. I wanted to make sure it was all step by step written out so my husband doesn't have to remember all that. Thanks for answer!


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