We take the stress out end of life decisions

With personalized assistance, self-serve and group support that cover the full spectrum of bereavement, Betterleave is designed to help you balance work and family.
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End of Life Plan

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.

Decisions to include in your final arrangements;
Whether you want a funeral, memorial or celebration of life service
Who should be specifically notified of your death
Whether you want to be cremated, buried or an anatomical gift

What's the difference between a trust & will?

While a will allows you to name the beneficiaries of your assets, a trust provides for the management and distribution of your assets during lifetime and after death.

Included for Betterleave members;
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
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Advance Care Plan

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.

Included for Betterleave members;
Power of attorney - Give temporary authority to someone you trust
Medical consent - Give a caregiver instructions for medical emergencies
Healthcare directive, also known as living will - Designate someone to make healthcare decisions for you if needed

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