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    Hello my fellow brothers & sisters in Blue. I placed this information in the 'Family Matters' Forum as well.

    My name is DuJUAN & I am an Indiana State Trooper & I would like to share this with you.

    www.TimeWithTheFamily.com/goland4

    You may or may not be interested and it will only take a few minutes of your time.

    www.TimeWithTheFamily.com/goland4

    PROTECT & SECURE YOUR FAMILY.

    One thing that I would like to point out is to think of your Wills & Living Wills.

    Wills are love letters written to those we love when the unthinkable happens. Especially in our line of work.

    7 out of 10 people don't have a Will, but 10 out of 10 will need one.

    Don't let your State decided the 'state' of affairs for your family. If you don't

    have a Will or Living Will in place, your State will have one for you.

    www.TimeWithTheFamily.com/goland4

    will help ease, comfort, & guide you through this simple process of completion and assit

    you with all other legal situations that you may have had, have, or may have in the future even if you are a member of the F.O.P. like I am.

    www.TimeWithTheFamily.com/goland4

    Visit our site to find out more about protecting your family & establishing a financial future for them as well.

    Best Regards & Fraternally yours,

    DuJUAN & Beth
    317.644.1518
    www.TimeWithThefamily.com

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    One other thing, CHECK your Departmental/State/Pension Beneficiaries, and make sure they are up to date. We had a guy here in NJ, who had never changed the beneficiaries on his Pension and Benefits from his parents. He married a girl that the parents didnt approve of, and was killed several years later in an accident (Not LOD) because the parents were listed as the beneficiaries, his wife got nothing, and the court affirmed it. Obviously this is an extreme case, however it's somthing that one needs to think about. Also, you should have a "Bad times File" with ALL of your insurance info, contact numbers, ect. if you have any funeral preferences, make sure That is in there as well. If you have the cash, pre-pay your arrangements. I know it sounds morbid, but the more you arrange ahead of time, the less your loved ones have to worry about piddly details if the unexpected DOES happen.
    My wife has an envelope in the safe with copies of all of our Life insurance policies, my Town and Pension Insurance, and instructions for the mortuary. My partner at work has a similar envelope with instructions of what i want done, and how i want some things handled..takes the burden off my wife, so she can concentrate on herself and my daughter. I have the same in my locer for my partner. Noone takes the job with the intention of getting biffed..That said, it DOES happen, ther ehasnt been a year yet where we put NO new names on the wall, nevermind the NON LOD things that can happen. whiole some consider it morbid, i just look at it as being organized.

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