IF YOU DO NOTHING ELSE, put a beneficiary on all of your financial accounts like checking savings CDs, Life Insurance, investments etc. You don’t need a will for them to get to your money, just a death certificate. And make a list, preferably by hand instead of your computer, either give it to your trusted person, spouse or put it in your security box at the bank. If the person doesn’t know you have a savings account or a CD at XYZ Bank, they can never go get the money. Make sure you have a trusted person that is a signer on the security box at the bank.
IMPORTANT information to get your affairs in order!
Make sure all bank accounts have direct beneficiaries. The beneficiary need only go to the bank with your death certificate and an ID of their own.
TOD = Transfer On Death deed if you own a home. Completing this document and filing it with your county saves your heirs THOUSANDS. This document allows you to transfer ownership of your home to your designee. All they need to do is take their ID and your death certificate to the county building and the deed is signed over. Doing this will avoid the home having to go through probate.
Living Will: Allows one to put in writing exactly what you want done in the event you cannot speak for yourself when it comes to healthcare decisions as well as other final decisions.
Durable Power of Attorney: Allows one to designate a person to make legal decisions if you are no longer competent to do so.
Power of Attorney for Healthcare: This document allows one to designate someone to make healthcare decisions for them.
Last Will and Testament: Designates to whom personal belongings will go to, who the Administrator will be. But if you have a beneficiary on any of your financial accounts, that will override a will. For instance if you say I leave all of my possessions to my daughter Susie, but on your savings account the beneficiary is your best friend, then the money goes to your best friend.
Funeral Planning Declaration: Allows one to say exactly one’s wishes as far as disposition of the body and the services.
If the above documents are done, you can AVOID probate.
If all the above is not done, you have to open an estate account at the bank. All money that doesn’t have direct beneficiaries goes into this account. You have to have an attorney to open the estate account. The attorney also has to publicize your passing in the newspaper or post publication at the county court house, to allow anyone to make a claim on your property. – It’s a complete PAIN.
Make a list of all banks and account numbers, all investment institutions with account numbers, lists of credit cards, utility accounts, etc. Leave clear instructions as to how and when these things are paid.
Make sure heirs know where life insurance policies are located.
Make 100% sure SOMEONE knows your Apple ID, bank ID account logins and passwords!
Make sure you have titles for all vehicles, campers, etc!
Set up a TRUST for intended beneficiaries, especially those that are too young, and appoint a trustee of said trust.
MOST IMPORTANTLY!!!! – Talk with those closest to you and make all your wishes KNOWN. Talk to those whom you’ve designated, as well as those close to you whom you did not designate. – Do this to explain why your decisions were made and to avoid any lingering questions or hurt feelings.
Hope this helps! Hope this lights a spark to encourage all your friends and family to take care of these things to make it easier for those we all leave behind!
My hope is that the above list at least helps you start an important conversation with your loved ones…
REPOST-I did, it’s a very necessary conversation!
Every once in a while, a ewe will give birth to a lamb and reject it. There are lots of reasons she may do this. If the shepherd tries to return the lamb, the mother might even kick the baby away. Once a ewe rejects a lamb, she will never change her mind.
The little lamb will hang their head so low that it looks like something is wrong with their little necks. Their spirit is broken.
These lambs are called “bummer lambs.”
Unless the shepherd intervenes, that little lamb will die – rejected and alone.
Do you know what the shepherd usually does?
The shepherd will take that rejected little lamb into their home, hand-feed it and keep it warm. They will wrap it up with blankets and hold it to their chest so the little lamb can hear their heartbeat.
Once the lamb is strong enough, the shepherd will place it back in the field with the rest of the flock.
That sheep never forgets the shepherd’s love and care when their mother rejected them. When the shepherd calls for the flock, guess which sheep runs first? That sheep knows the shepherd’s voice.
The bummer lamb isn’t loved more, it just knows intimately the one who loves it. It trusts the shepherd because it has experienced love.
I can’t remember for sure who told me this years ago. But it made an impression on me in many ways.
Have a good day.
…the Eye of Horus Phenomenon that he also discovered in C19 injected individuals.
These are the filaments that come out of the C19 vaccinated skin. You can detect them after the person takes a hot shower and then inspect the skin with the UV flash light of 365nm. These filaments, just like morgellons are artificial intelligent synthetic life form, sensitive and attracted to biophotons or any component of the human body, like hair. If these are shedding from the C19 vaccinated as they have been found to do in the research of Justin Coy, and they are attracted to human skin, is that one way that shedding is transfecting to the C19 unvaccinated? If these filaments are airborne and then inhaled or transferred through touch, is that one of the mechanisms of shedding?
How was today’s chapter of your autobiography?