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  1. Drawing up a living will and updating her outdated will. We have all her funeral arrangements written down, who she would like as pallbearers, music for her Mass, where the family burial plot and papers for it are. But when I bring up a living will, my Momma just replies you’ll know what to do. And as for her will, it needs to be updated due to deaths in the family , etc. Any suggestions on how to actually get her to think seriously about these issues and then get them to paper? Thanks!! 🙂

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