People’s burial wishes should be registered to avoid arguments, say legal experts – The Independent

Posted May 27th, 2014 in burials and cremation, news, wills by sally

‘Whether it’s wanting to be buried in a biodegradable coffin, having your ashes scattered over Anfield, or being laid to rest in a royal crypt, most of us have strong feelings about what happens to our bodies after death. Now legal experts are proposing to make those wishes legally binding for the first time.’

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The Independent, 25th May 2014