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« Return of premium life insurance policies – is one right for you? | Main | Planned giving – when traditional savings accounts or CDs just aren’t enough »

September 25, 2013


Bill Simpson

As a funeral director I've seen to many situations where a persons family didn't know if their loved one wanted to be a donor or not and they were left to second guess their decision, either to allow the gift to be made or not allow it.

Communication is key, please not only tell your family if you want (or don't want) to be a donor and also express your wishes in writing and store them in a such a manner so they are accessible to your family if something were to happen to you.

Bacon Wilson Law

Thank you for your thoughtful comment, Bill.

Ryan F.

It is so critical to tell family members of your choice so that complications don't occur down the road. It is a personal choice and no one should force you into the decision, just be sure to notify the appropriate people once your choice is made.

Bacon Wilson Law

Thanks for your comment, Ryan. We certainly agree.

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