Disposition Of Remains: Taking Charge Of Your Funeral
Many Americans want their funeral conducted in a certain manner. For example, some people wish to be cremated, others do not. Some individuals have very specific wishes regarding the type of casket and the funeral service. It is important to designate a person to make these decisions. A specific document called a “disposition of remains” allows you to name one person, and several alternates, to make decisions about your funeral arrangements.
Ensure Your Final Wishes Are Heard
At the McMahon Law Firm, we understand that this is a sensitive subject. However, naming someone to be in charge of your funeral may help ease the burden on grieving family members.
Located in Camillus, a suburb of Syracuse, McMahon Law Firm, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, helps clients create the proper estate planning documents to appoint an individual to carry out their funeral plans.
Trusted, Compassionate Counsel
At the McMahon Law Firm, our lawyers serve clients with compassion, understanding and respect. We know that discussion about plans for your future death and funeral is a sensitive subject. We work closely with our clients to provide trusted advice and counsel in a manner that is sensitive to their needs.
Contact the McMahon Law Firm today at 315-849-9053 or 800-391-9987 to schedule a free consultation. Our office is conveniently located in Camillus, offers free parking and is handicapped-accessible. A member of our staff speaks.