Will They Fight Over Your Remains?

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The law in New York allows people to designate someone in writing to make decisions regarding disposition of remains. Although many people will find this unnecessary, with the increase of multiple marriages, same-sex relationships and individuals choosing to live together without being married, litigation has increased on this subject. Even without litigation, the confusion, arguments and hard feelings that sometimes result often drive wedges between family members at a time when compassion and healing are needed.

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