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Record important information for your loved ones and executor
Reduce stress, work and conflict for your family if something happens to you. Make sure they have all the information they'll need.
Ever Loved is here for you.
Losing a loved one can be incredibly difficult. At Ever Loved, our goal is to remove unnecessary stressors, so you can focus on what matters.
Get things in order for your family
Share your wishes
Letting your family know your funeral preferences will make things much easier for them.
Note your accounts
Ensure that your family knows about important accounts and expenses when they need them.
A large number of families experience conflict after a death. Sharing information can help prevent this.
Why record key information?
When someone passes away, family members need to handle dozens of tasks in order to memorialize their loved one and settle their estate, and these often add up to several hundred hours of work.
By making a record of your preferences, accounts and responsibilities and sharing it with others, you can significantly ease this burden for your family in case something happens to you. Ever Loved will even match the information you provide to step-by-step instructions for taking care of everything.
How to help your family
Record your information
Go through our list of questions that covers everything your family will need to know to handle your affairs.
Share it with family
Ever Loved makes it easy to securely share this information with family members, so they can access it if needed.
They'll get step-by-step instructions
Ever Loved will provide any recipients with clear guidance on what tasks they need to take care of and how to do so.
Prepare your family
Make things as easy as possible for your loved ones.
Helpful resources for this process
Find more guidance around how to best prepare your loved ones.
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