Do I really need an end-of-life plan?

Everyone needs end-of-life planning

It doesn’t matter how old you are, whether you are a parent, or how many assets you have. Many people believe that because they think they don’t have an ‘estate,’ they don’t need to plan.

But being prepared means your loved ones won’t have the burden of managing your affairs when your documents are scattered and your final arrangements are up in the air.

Death Etiquette – because your life is their future

In a complicated world, an end-of-life plan isn’t just about how your financial assets are distributed. It’s about everything from health care decisions and funeral wishes to your insurance policies, online accounts, and personal belongings.

Families who’ve struggled with the task of managing a deceased loved one’s affairs know it can be tough. It’s a complex process, even for families whose loved ones left them with organized files and clear instructions.

Your life is their future. Leave them with the gift of an end-of-life plan that includes everything they need.

It’s what we call “death etiquette.” It’s about safeguarding your family from the heartache of piecing together your affairs through guesswork at a time when they should focus on grieving.

Here’s how to get started:

Visit our Planning Center and blog to learn more about specific end-of-life topics.

Sign up for a free trial and start building your digital end-of-life plan.