Whether from your own planning perspective, or from the perspective of handling someone else’s estate, it’s important to understand why a properly written will is essential and pivotal to the accurate and smooth handling of your funds and possessions after death.
Article written by: Jo Warren How do I want to be remembered anyway? For what I’ve done, or for what I haven’t done? We hear so much talk about honouring life. How come nobody ever says, ‘Hey, let’s hear it […]
Imagine… While scuba diving in Costa Rica, your father-in-law suffers a heart attack and drowns. Driving the Coquihalla Highway, your elderly parents hit a patch of black ice, crash into the median, and both die. Your husband, returning from a […]
Rituals bring people together at a time of tumultuous change (wedding, baby, retirement, death) to bear witness to this change and to begin the new steps in a new direction of life which helps make that journey easier.
Remaining involved with the person vs. separating from the person. Planning for life after death of the person vs. not wanting to betray the person by considering life without them. Communicating feelings to the person vs. not wanting to make the person feel guilty for dying