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How do you prepare for end of life for a loved one in hospice and palliative care?

Some may believe thinking of such things is disrespectful. However, planning is prudent, and likely what our loved one wants us to do.

This guide is designed to guide your planning in these difficult times and includes:

  • Guidelines on the legal documents you need
  • How to avoid probate
  • Guidance on what to do after death

Fill out the form to download your guide.

About The Guide

Dealing with the anticipated death of a close friend or family member is one of the most difficult things we encounter in life.

We really can’t be emotionally prepared. Thinking of the legal and financial arrangements can be the farthest things from our minds, and an uncomfortable subject of discussion. Some may believe thinking of such things is disrespectful.

However, planning is prudent, and likely what our loved one wants us to do. This guide is designed to guide your planning in these difficult times and includes:

  • Guidelines on the legal documents you need
  • How to avoid probate
  • Guidance on what to do after death

Fill out the form above to download your guide.

The most important factor in these situations is the wishes of the loved one. Planning is prudent, and likely what our loved one wants us to do. It's best to ask.