Julie Coraccio can support you in end-of-life planning and end-of-life organizing and declutter all of your end-of-life planning.
Some people who are terminally ill choose to have a celebration while they are still alive as well as for the moment when they pass. Perhaps you’d like to have a shaman help you transition or have particular music played or passages read. What ceremony would you choose to create? LEARN MORE
Dealing with the loss of a loved one is a stressful time. The last thing you need to worry about is the contents of a home. It can be overwhelming even if you aren’t having an estate sale; simply sorting through items can be challenging or emotionally difficult. You don’t have to do this alone. LEARN MORE
The musician Prince and the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, did not have wills. If you don’t plan for the end of life someone else will dictate how your assets are distributed. Take action or the government will. LEARN MORE
“We do not know where death awaits us: so let us wait for it everywhere. To practice death is to practice freedom. A man who has learned how to die has unlearned how to be a slave. MONTAIGNE”
― Sogyal Rinpoche, The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying.
When we are prepared for death, we can live our life fully. In addition to end-of-life organizing, Julie Coraccio offers life coaching to make sure you are living a joyful and fulfilling life.
- Organizing legal, financial, & sensitive information
- Deciding your digital afterlife
- Creating a plan for pets
- Shaping your legacy, writing your obituary
- In-Person or Virtual end of life organizing
- Limited email support in between sessions
End of life planning for peace of mind and to live life fully.
Are your wishes known if you should die suddenly? Would your family and friends like the physical stuff you plan on leaving them or do they view it as a burden and clutter? Do you have everything handled to go with grace? Will your loved ones be able to spend time grieving or will be they stuck trying to find paperwork, passwords, and planning your celebration of life?
A few years ago my brothers and I met with my father, his attorney, and his accountant to discuss his end-of-life preparation. It was hard not to cry thinking of my father, or mother, not being here. As hard as that meeting was, I’m grateful because my father has organized and prepared so that when he leaves us, we will be able to grieve instead of being faced with decisions to make and perhaps obstacles.
Save money by having all your paperwork ready for your lawyer or if you are using something like Legal Zoom have what you need to easily fill out documents online. Leave a roadmap of your wishes and paperwork for your loved ones to allow them time to grieve.