We were asked to speak to a group of retirees at a retirement home recently. We took as our subject our book: Before I Go.
We wrote it based on the experience we had over three decades helping people deal with the aftermath of a death in the family. Most often is was the death of a spouse.
When the deceased was the one who managed the family assets and paid the bills, we found that all too often the surviving spouse was at a loss. Suddenly she was alone, and often had little or no guidance about the financial affairs for which she was now responsible.
Before I Go is a guide and a workbook for couples; a list of things that the other should know in anticipation that one of them will be left alone.
For a copy of the book and workbook, go HERE. Sharing it with your spouse will be a labor or love.
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