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Make Sure Your Anatomical Gifts Are Honored

In general, any person over the age of 18 (if in sound mind) may make a gift of any body part or whole body, to take effect at death.

Anatomical gifts may be made by will or by a separate document, such as a durable power of attorney. If the gift is through a will, the gift is effective on the death of the individual and is not delayed by probate.

If a person wishes to donate an anatomical gift, it is important that they advise their personal representative, family members and primary physician, so their wishes can be followed at their time of death.

Let Us Help You Plan

At Bieber & Czechowski, we know how to make sure your wishes are followed upon your death. Our firm has been helping people with estate planning for over 40 years. We can help you achieve your estate and probate goals. Call our Center Line office at 586-467-5121 or contact us by email. We represent clients in Warren and throughout the state.