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Posted 1/11/2019 07:32 (#7236785 - in reply to #7236011)
Subject: RE: Dealing with the aftermath of brain cancer

Central Illinois
stripfarmer, I am glad to hear your treatments have gone well. My sister, 56, has glioblastoma and it is so devastating. I am praying for her, for you and any others who have cancer.

If you and your wife don't have wills I recommend you get them completed. You will also need medical power of attorney which explains exactly what you want done.

Meet with your brothers to get plans made pertaining to the farm. . All of you will have to discuss what each of you need to do in order to come to an agreement. Then get a lawyer to write up the details and directions for the implementation of the agreement.

None of us like to think about our death, but yet we all have to face the reality. In the event of any death, the family who is left will appreciate the plans made.

I hope this helps answer some questions.

The best recommendation I have is pray to God for His guidance. Ultimately He is in control.

God, take care of Jon and his family. Give Jon healing, comfort, strength and guidance. All this I ask in Jesus' name, Amen.
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