The obvious answer to the question "Why Plan?" is that we don't know when we are going to die. Therefore, planning becomes timely.
Unfortunately, we’ve all heard the horror stories about the confusion and uncertainty that occurs after an untimely (or even timely) death. Religious funerals for atheists, sappy music that the pastor chose (an excusable act because he didn’t even know the deceased), missing pallbearers because nobody thought of that detail… the list goes on. Add in the legal issues over wills and estates… even final resting places, and, well ... you get the picture.
There needs to be a change to the way things have always been done because, frankly, it doesn’t work.
We all know that our number can be called at any minute. Most of us have experienced the untimely death of family members, friends, and/or colleagues, and this is a constant reminder that "Life is short..."
Death planning can create peace of mind
for our loved ones after we are gone.
You may think that the 'death planning' process benefits only those who are left behind, but you are wrong. There are benefits for you, too! Visit the "Who Benefits" page to learn more.
If you're sold on the idea sparing your family and friends the stress of trying to discern your wishes after your are gone, then please click here to access the FREE resources that have been developed to help you in your planning process. These documents are downloadable and can be filled out on the computer or by hand in the privacy of your home or office.
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