About the Author
Theodocia McLean is an author residing in Raleigh, North Carolina. After a close relative lost their home of thirty-five plus years to an electrical fire that started in an under-the-counter microwave clock; Theodocia decided to write a workbook to help people track their property and important data. Without good records, receipts, product manuals, etc., it can take years to be reimbursed by your insurance company for the contents of your home. Insurance companies require a full inventory list (right down to your last toothpick) with purchase price, make, model, serial number and year that an item was purchased. The author suggests the purchase of two of these workbooks at the same time. One workbook should be kept in your home and filled out as purchases are made. The second workbook should duplicate the first as much as possible. These two workbooks should be rotated to a safety deposit box away from your home. Theodocia writes this workbook so that you will be prepared in case of fire, flood, tornado, or even death. This workbook will make sure that your property, children and pets are well cared for in case of an emergency or death.