Things you will learn:
Things to watch out for
- Separated but not divorced, minor children who are alive
- Minor children who die
- Disputes among siblings, etc.
The rules for POA's
- Remember, just because you are dead, that does not mean you are disabled!
Who gets the ashes?
- May not be the same answer as above!
Pending legislation that would change a few things
(Time permitting) Interesting history of the issue way back to Merry Old England
Speaker: Don J. Otto Jr., Executive Director, Missouri Funeral Directors and Embalmers Association, Jefferson City
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Donald Otto, Executive Director and General Counsel for the Missouri Funeral Directors and Embalmers Association and COO of the Missouri Funeral Trust, has drafted funeral legislation and handled funeral-related litigation since 2004. He teaches funeral law to mortuary students and has guest-lectured at law schools and colleges throughout Missouri.
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