Know Your Way
Planned life events such as graduation, marriage or moving are challenging enough. Disruptive events such as job loss, acute illness, serious injury, natural disasters, criminal acts and death are tougher. Being prepared can make a big difference in how well you and your loved ones respond and recover. See what life events may include...
Why It Matters
When you die will your grieving family have the additional burden of trying to sort out your estate? 65% of Canadians do not have a will. If you don't deal with your mortality, and have plans in place there can be consequences such as family conflicts, financial pressures, tax implications or hasty and uninformed decisions, putting your loved ones at risk when they are most vulnerable.
My inspiration for creating Personal Passage Planning arose from seeing the aftermath that followed the death of a parent, spouse and a child. The families were deeply grieving and yet there was so much work to be done. They had to search the home for required documentation and were stymied by all those passwords on cell phones and computers. Why? Well, in the time leading up to death they continued to hope. They couldn't bring themselves to have the important conversations about death.
It doesn't have to be like that. Regardless of your stage in life, you need to prepare for life events for both your benefit and that of others. I can assist you in creating a personal plan that is complete, accessible and easy to maintain so that you are prepared for whatever life throws at you. I can also help your adult children or ageing parents do the same.
Why engage me? I am an accredited expert in Change Management with over thirty years of professional personnel administration, business consulting and life experience. I apply a systematic and highly tailored approach to change. My passion is to enable people to deal with change with a compassionate and respectful approach that is worthy of their trust and the job gets done.