Westlaw: “Contemplating death is not a pleasant experience for most people. However, for the transgender community, it is becoming increasingly more important to consider from an estate planning perspective. Throughout their lives, transgender people face numerous challenges regarding their identities. These challenges can continue after a transgender individual’s death if he or she is not buried according to their gender identity. Transgender individuals run the risk of having their surviving family members bury them in an undignified manner if the transgender individual passes away without specifically documenting instructions for their burial.”
A Woman in Life, but a Man After Death: Protecting the Postmortem Identities of Transgender Individuals
By On the Net|2018-04-16T09:36:30-07:00April 16th, 2018|
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