A House Book is a gem of information about your property and house. It will be an invaluable resource and tool for those needing to care, repair and protect your home. I enjoyed putting my house book together.
When I think about what all needs to be done when a person is incapacitated or gone, it can feel overwhelming. While you have the energy and drive, do the work to make the process easier for those left behind. Here are 5 things you can do that will sure help out. Then you can breath a sign of relief and celebrate that you have left a fantastic gift.
When given only a short time to gather your things and leave, what does one take? I can only assume that clear thinking at this time is minimal or non-existent. What can we do NOW to make this situation go smoother if it did happen to us? Reflecting on this issue when there is no emergency will increase your chance that you will grab what is meaningful and valued.
We love our pets. I have 3 cats and 15 chickens and they are very important to our family. What happens to them if I am no longer able to take care of them or gone? There are things you can do now to ensure that your animals are cared for. This information pertains to any animal we care for – dogs, cats, birds, horses, lizards, etc.
Fiduciaries have a specific role to play today and in the future. As the baby boomers age, the need for trustworthy, responsible and loyal professionals will increase. As a fiduciary, I will honor your wishes with care and compassion. I will follow the intentions of the legal documents honestly and with integrity. A fiduciary is a coordinator, a facilitator, a researcher, an advocate, a negotiator, and someone who will get the job done. We are also good listeners and care for the people we are involved with.