The Only Two Certainties in Life

Benjamin Franklin is quoted as saying “The only two certainties in life are death and taxes”. While these may not be the most inspiring words to hear, we can all agree to its truth. There are those who will do everything to avoid facing this inescapable reality but at some point, death and taxes are […]

Til Death Do Us Part

The timeless vow, “Til death do us part,” is a phrase familiar to us all. Yet, how many newlyweds genuinely anticipate it becoming their reality before they have the chance to grow old together, gray-haired and content? The truth is, not many. While most couples do indeed savor a long and blessed life side by […]

Coping Through the Pain

One of the most difficult thoughts for people to have when they think about their death is the thoughts of their loved ones. Many people worry about how their families’ lives will be impacted, how they will cope through their pain, and how they will move forward in life. While we can’t know the answers […]

Milestone Moments

When it comes to life, one of the most difficult thoughts for people to have is the thought of life coming to an end. Many things come to mind, but at the forefront are thoughts of leaving those you love behind. If you are married or have children, your heart sinks at the idea of […]

How Will You Be Remembered

Have you ever wondered what others would say about you at your funeral or how you would be remembered? For many of us, we envision, or at least hope for, praise and honor for all of our life’s accomplishments and proudest moments. We hope for kind words to be said about our character and values. […]

Put your Post-Life Affairs in Order

One of the greatest gifts you can offer your loved ones before you pass is to arrange the details of your estate so that they don’t have to. For many families, this can be a complicated and sensitive process, however it does not have to be this way. Why should anyone take the time now […]

Family Division After Death

We’ve all heard the horror stories before of inhouse feuding and family division after the death of a loved one, usually a parent or similar figure. Sibling rivalry, parents and their children, extended family members, all believing that they’ve somehow been unfairly considered or overlooked in the distribution of their loved one’s assets. Not only […]

Reconnect with your Beloved

After the passing of a loved one, many families find themselves doing what they can to reconnect with their beloved by sifting through memories of the past. Oftentimes, these memories come in the form of photos, greeting cards, letters, and videos. Rarely are these things purposely created for after death purposes. Instead, these momentos are […]

Locating Documents and Important Paperwork

If you’ve experienced the loss of a loved one, you may be familiar with the process that comes immediately after. Locating specific documents, various inquiries regarding policies, important paperwork, etc. None of it enjoyable, but all of it necessary. What if it didn’t have to be this way? What if, upon death, families had one […]

Hearing Her Voice One More Time

“I wish I could hear her voice one more time”- a common phrase made by those who have endured the loss of a loved one. It’s often the simple things that we miss the most when we lose a close family member or friend. We yearn to see their smile, hear their voice, and embrace […]