I'M DEAD NOW WHAT?
Make life easier for those you leave behind.
Help your family or friends trace all important information they will need when you die.
We've created this guide for you so you have an easy place to write everything down.
- You can pick and choose which sections you complete
- Find a safe place to keep it, such as with your will, and let your family or close friends know about it
- Your details will change over time so think about updating it once a year or when your circumstances change.
It is really important that you keep this book in a secure place at all times as it will contain sensitive and confidential information.
You can record the following information:
- Basic Information (My personal detail, Key contact, Medical Information)
- My Important documents (Will, Funeral plan...)
- Funeral wishes
- My financial details (Current accounts, Saving accounts, Credit Cards..)
- Insurances list (Life Insurance, Car Insurance, House Insurance..)
- Rental agreement (Utility Providers )
- Regular payments (Charity donations, Club memberships...)
- Significant possessions (Property, Vehicles...)
- Useful contacts (Financial Adviser, Dentist, Doctor...)
- Digital accounts (Social media accounts, Digital records, Online websites accounts...)
- Access to & location of important items
- Arrangements for children
- Arrangements for pets
- My Personal Wishes
- Letters to Loved Ones
- Expression of Gratitude
- Final words
- Thanks page & signature
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NB1. This planner is not a legal document and does not replace a valid will.
"Most people are hesitant to plan their deaths. Young people feel that there is time and think that only 'Elderly' should plan and record their wishes.
Although we all need such a book to avoid any confusion that our loved ones may face after we leave this world.
Sudden illnesses or accidents create situations that make us powerless and unable to make decisions for ourselves, a situation that requires this type of planners." -- TH. Guides Planners
"I really like this planner. It is great guide reference as to where to find my personal information, financial details and who to inform about specific things.
My Mom also talks a lot about how she wants to be buried, and this book is a great help for her in this. Now she will take control of her funeral in advance, planning them with this planner and recording many other information." -- Dz. Loria
"It is actually an excellent organizer book. it helps me decide and reorganize all my tasks and responsibilities. And I had great pleasure in writing things down.
It is a vital, necessary, and beautiful book, to make life easier for those we leave behind." -- M. Wise Sam
"As soon as I saw this book on one of my favorite book review sites, I knew I had to check it out. I wondered what an end-of-life planner would be. Having now looked through this one, I think it's a good idea as it could be such a help to your survivors if you fill something like this out. However, I don't think this one is necessarily the best, especially for Americans. Clearly, the authors or this press are not based in the United States as many things specifically mentioned use UK terms and phrases. For some of them, I'm not quite sure what the American equivalent would be, though most are obvious. I think the book doesn't give enough pages in some areas, like medical information, while it provides a lot of pages devoted to personal wishes, letters to family, and last words. There are even multiple pages for you to list what you're grateful for. An end-of-life planner seems like a strange place for a gratitude journal. Strangely, some entries were for things like dates of expiration for things like insurance. Given that someone could fill out a planner like this years in advance, it seems odd to give space to things that will change often over time. If you think a book like this is a good idea but you're an American who knows that not everything will fit your circumstances, this might still be a good book to pick up to give you an idea of what you should include in a more free-form one tailored to your specific circumstances." Jamie Bee
We've UPDATED some pages to include more additional information.
We've CHANGED some British words to their American counterpart
We've also CORRECTED some misspelled words (Usuername/Username ; Emai/Email... ) and grammatical errors! responding to this review.
"Returned this book. Evidently it was not edited because there were too many misspelled words and grammatical errors. Former teacher here." Amazon Customer
If you are looking to setup your "End of life planner" This book is for you. We encourage you to have this Guided journal to so you can organize all your important information in one place by and guide those who survive you.
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