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Old December 4th, 2007, 10:24
jnjsarauer jnjsarauer is offline
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Default Where is it Filed?

My father recently told me he had moved his important papers, and he passed on information to me about where everything is located now. It got me to thinking that our adult kids have no idea where we file our wills and other important papers. We all need to make it easier on those we leave behind by giving them this information beforehand.
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Old December 4th, 2007, 10:52
tater03 tater03 is offline
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I agree with you. I know impending death is not something that anyone wants to talk about but it is so much better to be prepared when it does happen. I have no clue where my parents keep their important papers.
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