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How To Pre-Plan A Funeral In Eight Steps

Step 7. Decide Whether You Want To Send A Message After You're Gone

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You can pass on your life story, values or family anecdotes by means of an Ethical Will -- a document to consider in addition to having a regular Will. (To learn more, see Ethical Wills.)

In addition, there are internet services that will store messages for you and send them after your demise. For instance:

If you want to control what is inscribed on your tombstone, make your wishes known now. If you want to send a message of more than stationary words, tombstones can now feature audio or video messages from the deceased. (Search in your favorite search engine on "videos on grave markers.")

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