Most of us have all the information needed to conduct our life business, but it's probably scattered here and there in the desk, file cabinet, rolodex, cell phone contacts, or in your head. This list includes a compilation of Information needed for your family including the church, lawyer, life insurance, accountant, and so on, that would be handy to have in one place if someone else has to take over, especially in the event of emergency or death.
This article shows how to make the list and when it should be updated. Click the button below to get a copy.
This article lists numerous pieces of information that you will want to have handy if something happens to you and someone else is becomes responsible. The excerpt to the right shows a sample. Click the button below to get a copy.
Yep; someday all of us will die, and someone has to make the arrangements, with or without any prior guidance from us. This article includes ten observations to keep in mind so you can be proactive in planning for this crucial end-of-life event. Your spouse and children will thank you for it!
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This article details several reasons to make a will and includes formulae and examples that illustrate how the state distributes your assets if you have no will. Click the button to get a copy.
This article is a companion piece to the previous article on reasons to make a will. When you do make a will, you will want to consider who to choose as executor, what to include in the will, minor beneficiaries and trusts, and gifts to charity or other non-family entities. Click the button to get a copy.