Scenario: What if you were in a major accident, suffered a debilitating illness, lost capacity or pass away.
Now is a good time to have those conversations with family, we know they can be difficult, but it can also be reassuring to know you have spoken about your thoughts and wishes.
What would happen if you were no longer able to continue your own care or if you passed away especially suddenly leaving a gap not only in the lives of your beloved family but also in your personal administration.
Arising Issues: A Will does not cover your everyday life’s admin.
Without knowledge of where you might have all your accounts held how can they deal with them?
How will your family be able to cover off on everything in your life?
Take a minute to think about all the accounts you have. Utilities, banks, investments, motor vehicles, caravans, investment properties, streaming, phones and devices, military, own or are part of a business, buy now pay later accounts and so on.
Do you have a special song or wishes you might have for your funeral? Is your funeral already paid for?
Your medical and medication information. Doctor, Specialists, Optometrist contact details.
Who will care for your beloved pets?
Are there life insurances, funeral insurance, superannuation and death benefits. Where are these held?
The list is endless life has changed so much in today’s world and at an overwhelming pace.
Would your family know where to start?
Solution: FamBridge ® has produced the solution for you.
Our FamBridge Portfolio provides customised questions, you provide the answers check out the flip book video on our website www.fambridge.com.au.
Your family will have the starting point when they do not have the strength to think about initial matters to be taken care of.
In their time of immense grief, family certainly do not have the time to sit down and go through papers in desk drawers or filing cabinets to find information.
For Family Caregivers/ Executors and Powers of Attorney:
Having the FamBridge portfolio at their side will allow the person responsible the ability to carry out their duties and your wishes with much more ease than having to spend days and weeks or sometimes months and years tracking down your assets and liabilities, sorting and closing accounts and direct debits.