A Will Is Not Enough
60% of American adults do not have a will. Even if you do have a will, did you know that it does not include all of the information your family will need when you pass?
A will usually ONLY addresses 3 issues:
1. Names an executor
2. Appoints a guardian for any dependents
3. Distributes the estate's assets
Last Letter addresses the issues NOT covered by a will
✔ Provide an overview of your entire estate plan
✔ List the locations of important documents
✔ Identify financial accounts and other assets
✔ Give instructions for your online account
✔ Identify your electronic assets and devices
✔ Instructions for the care of any children
✔ State your preferences for final arrangements
✔ Include a personal letter for your family
|✔||Provide an overview of your entire estate plan|
|✔||List the locations of important documents|
|✔||Identify financial accounts and other assets|
|✔||Give instructions for your online account|
|✔||Identify your electronic assets and devices|
|✔||Instructions for the care of any children|
|✔||State your preferences for final arrangements|
|✔||Include a personal letter for your family|
Last Letter helps you securely gather, organize and share all of the details that your family will need.
Why do you need a Last Letter?
1. To make sure that your family has everything they need in their time of need
2. A will does not include all of the information your family will need
3. To ensure that your family and friends know your wishes and preferences
Last Letter is a gift to your family and a lasting act of love and compassion.
"Creating our Last Letter opened our eyes to all of the details that would have to be sorted out if something were to happen to us."
Jon & Lisa
We'll Help You Collect the Details Your Family Will Need
Let your family know what to do if something happens to you
Locate your important documents
Your family needs to quickly locate and access your will, insurance policies, car title, house deed, financial statements and the other important documents.
Identify your assets and liabilities
Provide your family with information about your bank and investment accounts, the location of your safe deposit box, employer benefits, and other financial information.
Provide instructions for your family
Leave instructions for the care of children or other dependents, beloved pets, the distribution of your family heirlooms and other helpful directions.
Specify preferences for any funeral arrangements
Outline your funeral preferences in advance, identify any family plots or pre-arranged funeral plans.
Make arrangements for your small business
If you run a business, make arrangements so that the business continues to run smoothly according to your plans.
Securely share all of this information with those you trust
Your information is encrypted in our systems. You can share your Last Letter with just those people that you designate.
Easily create a Last Letter for yourself, for you and a spouse, for an aging parent.
It's never too early to be prepared.
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Last Letter is not a law firm or a substitute for an attorney. We cannot provide any kind of advice, opinion or recommendation about possible legal rights, remedies, defenses, options, selection of forms or strategies.