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What Your Will Cannot Do
In your will, we do as much as is sensible to achieve your wishes. There are, however, several things that a will cannot do. You can only note these areas, and make practical arrangements accordingly.
Though wills frequently include directions for burial, the arrangements remain at the discretion of the person who actually arranges the funeral. If that person gets to read the will before the funeral, he may try to carry out your wishes, but he has no obligation to do so.
Each of these brings in further questions which may be important to you. Please do ask if you need to know more. In any event, none of these reasons by themselves is a good reason for not making a will.
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