Given that it is the most universal of all human experiences, end of life planning remains a subject that most people prefer not to address. However, being as prepared as possible can actually give the gift of clarity and peace of mind to the ones we love. As I have worked to help many families prepare their information and navigate the loss of a loved one, I have come to recognize the most important steps that one can take to help leave a legacy of peace. Here are my top 5 recommendations:
While, it’s not exactly a fun or easy subject, doing this work and making these decisions is really an act of love for our families. Let’s get started today.
Sarah Kendrick founded RHEA Services in 2020 after experiencing the loss of two family members, and realizing that grieving families needed more support. Her mission is to help complete many of the tasks that need to be managed after losing a loved one so that families can focus on what matters most during that difficult time.