Even when someone has chosen kevurah, if there is nothing in writing, they are still at risk of being cremated.
It is important for them to share their wishes, in writing, with family members.
Here are two options — an informal note and a legally-binding document.
These Burial Wishes forms are also available on lastkindness.org
My Burial Wishes Note
A simple expression of wishes note
Easy to fill out, easy to share
Print, download, email to loved ones
My Burial Wishes Document
A legally-binding document
Includes witnessing requirements for the US and Canada
Print and sign as per your state’s requirements
For any questions, or assistance using these forms, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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