Second Marriages Can Be Tricky Solve the Problem
WHEN David Bloom’s wife Shirley died, he made the fatal mistake of not disbursing her personal items to their three children. In time, David remarried and his new wife didn’t care for her step kids. So when David died, all of Shirley’s jewelry and effects went to the new wife’s children and David’s offspring were devastated. Every family has their own tale of woe, but that problem can be easily solved with the Here and After Book. The Here and After Book is a 20-page fill-in-the-blanks handbook that outlines the disposition of everything – from heirlooms to pets and even one’s remains.
The Here and After Book provides detailed instructions for those who are left behind. It makes the transition from “here” to the “after” as easy as slipping down a slide and it allows your wishes to be carried out exactly as you intended.
The Here and After Book contains blanks for vital statistics, guardianship of minor children, location of wills, trusts and assets. It includes blanks for wishes about a memorial service, what you want to wear and how you want your headstone and obituary to read. Whether you want a service at the beach, on a mountain top or in a formal setting, the Here and After Book sets out the details. It gives a place to list the people and organizations you want contacted, whether you wish to have outstanding debts collected for forgiven and where any keys, storage facilities or valuables might be kept so they are not inadvertently overlooked.
For complete peace of mind and to make sure you have it your way, even when you are no longer here, put it in writing in the Here and After Book.
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