We don't know their whishes, little to nothing has been arranged, and we have no clue where to find what and/or what their intentions were. That has the potential to lead to hurt, strife and contention. It doesn't have to be that way and can easily be avoided.
We simply have to acknowledge we will pass away some time and save the loved ones we leave behind a lot of trouble by making plans, preparations, and putting everything in writing. They already have enough on their hands trying to cope with our departure. They sure don't need any more grief.
We can either draw up a will or jot down our desires and have it notarized. It wouldn't hurt to give a copy to our children, or one of them, or at least let them know where to find it. The more detailed it is, the better off everyone will be. It would be wise doing that as soon as possible and not wait. It could be too late.
We should not overlook making arrangements for ourselves as well. We have the choice between death and eternal life. God provided and made a great sacrifice so we could have everlasting life. Let's not wait and choose wisely before it is too late!
And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying. There shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away."