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The It's All Right Here Life & Affairs Organizer Ring-bound – 2008

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Product Details

  • Ring-bound: 300 pages
  • Publisher: Cole House llc (2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0980005604
  • ISBN-13: 978-0980005608
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,568,953 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Raven on January 25, 2015
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End of Life decisions and "Dying with Dignity" are important issues for me. This is the most complete compilation of documentation you could possibly amass to make sure your loved ones have all the information they'll need should you fall gravely ill, or worse. I bought a copy for myself, and my Significant Other took it for himself....so I had to buy another because it's just that good that I didn't want to go without having the best collection of information at hand for my loved ones. Health scares happen, like they did to me in 2014. Gets you thinking...it's never too soon to make sure your wishes are known and your affairs are in order, or at least able to be tracked. I think he stopped producing them (Mr. Gavagan); I hope not. I would hate for anyone else to miss out on an absolutely incredible and essential book like this.
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This binder is great. It has so much information included that I never would have thought of. It gives you tons of ideas and is very helpful in preparing for death. I know that a great many people don't want to think about death, but it happens to all and this will greatly help your family out in knowing your final wishes and help them from having to make tough choices during their time of grief. It's also great because it gives you a place to organize all your important documents (at least copies of them) and you can let your loved ones know where the originals are. There is a page for keys (very useful - you can put spare safe deposit box keys, car keys, shed keys, etc.) that comes with tags.

I recommend this for everyone. Blended families may especially benefit from this.
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An Absolutely Essential Life Affairs Organizer. Provide/gift one to every high school or college graduate or newly married couple you know. Help your parents fill in their copy--you will be glad you did! It will surely be the least romantic, but most useful gift you can ever give anyone. Do yourself a favor, and do your family an even greater favor. Fill in this comprehensive notebook and you will have recorded and added copies of everything that is truly important in your life. Not having such a resource for your own reference wastes time trying to find important documents and at best, is irresponsible should anyone ever have to help you with your interests during a period of incapacity or after your passing. With everything online these days, you will be in the know if/when the lights go out. This book is the perfect hard copy back up we all know we need.
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No one really wants to think about their death or the death of a loved one, but in today's complex world, you must. Think of all the various pieces of information that make up your life: keys, passwords, account numbers, policies, statements, valuables, etc., and try to imagine your most beloved family members trying to find and make sense of all of that days after your death.

Now, add to that the stress of planning a funeral without knowing what someone's true wishes are. After someone dies is not the time to be trying to figure out if he/she wanted to be buried or cremated; it's too overwhelming.

The author has provided a comprehensive resource. You might not need every page, but you will find value in the pages of your book and someday your family members will thank you for taking the time to put everything down in writing for them. I already bought copies for my family members and can't recommend this book enough.

This book pulls both facets of your life -- your final wishes and the basic details of your day-to-day operations - into one, easy-to-access reference tool.
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It's hard to ponder the unthinkable: a parent dying or losing a spouse. But when it happens, you don't want to spend grief-filled days tracking down papers and guessing what the person wanted with their affairs/assets. Mark Gavagan has created the perfect organizer that every household should have. It's a comprehensive collection of forms and decision points to manage one life's affairs--before or after death. It's well organized, easy to follow and asks many questions I never thought of. I picked it up and am planning to send copies to my parents, in-laws and family members. While I can't see them needing every form or section, this easy-to-read guide will get them organized and ready just in case. You may have a will and life insurance, but I suggest this tool is the next thing you should get for smart estate planning.
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