End of Life Planning
What is Swedish Death Cleaning?
“Swedish Death Cleaning” is the act of cleaning, organizing, and decluttering your home before you die, to lessen the burden on your family and loved ones after you’re gone. Often, this is practiced by older people or people who have terminal illnesses. The History of Swedish Death Cleaning The term “Swedish Death Cleaning” was coined…Read More
What Happens To My Digital Footprint When I Die?
When you write or update your will, you’re telling your loved ones what you want to happen after you die. In general, you’ll cover these important questions: What should happen to my body? How should my death be observed? What should happen to my money? What should happen to my other possessions? What should happen…Read More
Why Should I Have a Will?
When famous singer Bob Marley passed away in 1981, he left behind no written will. It took over 30 years of battling it out in court before his wife and family were finally able to divide up his estate appropriately. There was a lot of confusion and litigation along the way, some even resulting in…Read More
Who Will Speak for You When You Can’t?
April 16th is National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD), a reminder to us all, no matter what age, of the importance of advance care planning. While it never feels like a “good time” to talk about your wishes regarding end-of-life care, this day is designed to get the conversation rolling with your family and loved ones,…Read More