If something happens to you, your loved ones don’t just lose you—they also lose your income, on top of everything else you provide. Create an end-of-life plan, also known as an estate plan, that reflects your wishes and preferences for your medical and financial decisions and final arrangements.
Betterleave can help answer questions including; What are funeral or memorial common expenses? How do I find the right insurance policy to cover final expenses? What's the difference between a funeral and celebration of life? What documents do I need to get my affairs in order?
Included for Betterleave members through our partners; Legal will - Make a plan for your assets and heirs. Designate an executor & beneficiaries Guardianship - Designate guardians for your children Living trust - Distribute money over time and allocate funds to specific needs
An important part of advance care planning involves having conversations with loved ones about what you would want in the event of a life-threatening illness or injury, and then, most importantly, documenting your preferences in writing.
Betterleave counselors can help you prepare for those conversations with family members and caregivers.