My story has a romantic beginning. Years after going our separate ways, I reconnected with my high school sweetheart. We married soon after reuniting.
Sadly, Doug died of a heart attack four years later. He was just 49 years old.
As Doug’s widow and executor, I was left to pick up the pieces. Although he had a will and I was completely familiar with our finances, it was still an arduous job to settle his affairs. A year went by before I could close the estate.
After closing the estate, I focused on revising my will. I hesitated to ask anyone to be my executor now that I knew what a big job it could be. I was very grateful when a dear friend offered to serve as my executor.
I was determined to make matters as easy as possible for my executor. I worked to record all the information she would need in one convenient notebook.
I realized that other people could benefit from help to organize their records and was inspired to become an organizer.
I know what it is like to be the one left behind. I know you want to make things as manageable as possible for your family.
You will receive