How postmortem fame and fortune (of rich and famous) relates to Estate Planning Education and YOU!

It struck me today how the rich and famous seem to garner more fame and fortune after death than they do in life. Hologram technology is alive and well, too which really came onto the scene several years ago.

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival used for the first time hologram images mixed with live performance during a music concert that featured Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre. Later, Michael Jackson who died in 2009 shared the floor in hologram form during the 2014 Billboard Music Awards. Yes, it is only a matter of time. Don’t assume that only those with such earning potential require Estate Planning Education. If you have minor children who require protection or have assets without children, we all have decisions to make.

My Estate Planning Education is thorough, convenient and affordable. Ask me how to access your copy today! Gift subscriptions are available! Helen Nowlin, Esq.

Alicia Keys inspires a social movement

We Are Here is a social movement  will work on those issues that no one person or even country can solve alone. It is a form of acknowledgment that inspiration can overcome barriers to change and inertia. Stand up and be counted. Peace matters for your children and mine. Will you plan for the future?

Some Pacific Northwest Cafes tackle taboo topics of dying and death

Death is in the distance or as a topic, sort of an “off topic” subject for people living in the United States. We do what we can to shut it out and to avoid discussing the consequences. The topic is made a little less harsh at “Death Cafes” where people come to talk about death, funerals, their loved ones who have died, experiences of caregivers and the inevitable off shoot open ended questions, such as “Why are you here?”  “People are hungry to have this conversation….” says Holly Pruett, organizer of the first Death Cafe in downtown Portland, Oregon.

Oregon ranks third among states for cremation over burial. Additionally, hospice care is well established and even “green” burials (defined as containing no embalming fluid, etc) are taking hold in the progressive state. People are starting to avoid spending lots of money on the dead but rather embrace the living. Isn’t that what Estate Planning is all about?

A traditional funeral and burial which relies on unknown people to care for your loved one costs typically between $5,000 to $15,000. Most of that can be saved if family and friends perform the necessary tasks themselves. Unlike other states that require the use of a funeral home, Oregon law allows families to act as their own funeral directors. Estate Planning is part of a discussion, not of death but speaks well of life. Start the discussion today!

I remember an old Irish blessing: May the Good Lord take a liking to you just not too soon.

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Why wait to plan when Educational Family Estate Apps, L.L.C. will provide substantial Estate Planning Education at an affordable price? Guess what?! Best of all you don’t have to spend several hours in an attorney’s office (spend it while sitting on your favorite easy chair)!

Spread the word! Thanks, Helen Nowlin, Esq.