Legal Prep for End of Life Planning & Organization
“Analysis of death is not for the sake of becoming fearful but to appreciate this precious lifetime.” — Dalai Lama
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. You will have died “intestate”. The laws of the state where you live will determine how your property and assets are distributed upon your death.
Personally, Julie’s not interested in having the government distribute what she earned and created. Whether you hire an attorney, use a service like Legal Zoom, or are simply organizing your legal paperwork for end of life planning, make sure you have a will.
Other legal documents you might need include, but aren’t limited, to:
- Power of Attorney
- Advanced Directive
- Adoption records
- Military records
- Trust documents
- Birth and marriage certificates and much more.
Let Julie Coraccio support you in walking through the process of organizing your end of life planning and give you and your family peace of mind. Contact Julie Coraccio: Julie@reawakenyourbrilliance.com or 919.559.3925.
Consult a lawyer for legal advice.
TIP: Leave a roadmap to where all your important documents and contacts are so your loved ones can easily find what they need and the people to contact.