Each one of us devotes substantial time and energy to caring for our loved ones. We do this in many ways, trying our best to provide physical, spiritual, emotional, and financial support for our family and friends. Even in death, we try to provide aid and comfort via life insurance, wills, funeral prearrangements, and the like.
However, an often overlooked detail is to simply provide a personal planning guide. At a minimum you should consider printing out and completing the following personal planning guide and or choose to have us keep the information in a private personal file at the funeral home, the option is yours. Obviously, you should tell your loved ones where it can be located.
This act of love will make a difficult time so much easier for everyone. If you do not want to review the guide with a family member, at least let someone know where it can be located in the event of your death. We hope this guide will be of help to you and your family.