Things To Consider For End Of Life Planning
Someday you will just be a memory.
Make it a good one by helping ease stress for your family after you’re gone.
Pre-planning your funeral is one way to do this. Have you thought about your funeral and burial?
Would you like to be cremated?
Where would your ashes end up?
There are thousands of urns of ashes on closet shelves. Maybe you would like to have a green funeral and burial. At any rate do your family a favor and let them know. Nobody gets out of here alive.
Dissolve the guesswork.
Provide the necessary details of your life that family will need after you are laid to rest.
A web based subscription to Will And A Way allows you to become organized before it is too late.
It is easy to use, provides peace of mind, and is secure and trustworthy. Your personalized, private dashboard prompts all of the right questions (some you haven’t thought of) and even provides an opportunity to video your thoughts and memories in your own voice.
For additional end of life planning support, check out BK Books and her education resources around death and choices.
Hope for the best but plan for the worst.
Information shared here is not to be taken as legal or financial advice. Suggestions and resources are presented for your consideration and may or may not apply to your personal situation. Please consult your advisers.