Don’t Let Parents Leave Without This!

The Estate Lady Speaks

It always puts a smile on my face when people email me to let me know they enjoy my writings.  Sometimes I get great advice too.  I heard from Mary, a lovely lady who works as a nurse in an Alzheimer’s Assisted Living facility.  She enjoyed my book of checklists, “How to Clean Out Your Parents’ Estate in 30 Days or Less,” and thought of a few more things to add to the book.

Revised EditionHow to Clean Out Your Parent’s Estate

She lived through this process with middle-aged children and elderly parents, and she knows what may be needed.  Here are her recommendations:

  1. A copy of a marriage certificate is necessary for most insurance policies.
  2. Be sure you have on hand a birth certificate.  If you don’t have it, order a couple of original copies from the state where they were born.
  3. Documents for a cemetery plot or Neptune Society…

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