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What are last wishes?

Last wishes, also called final wishes, are usually separate from your Will and focus on what you want to be done upon your death. These can be written or verbal, though they're easier to prove to others if written. 

These are generally not legally binding, unlike your Will; that said, if family members largely agree to your wishes, your executor should agree to carry them out because it's simply the right thing to do.

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