Our lives are full of hidden assets and liabilities, which all add up to an awful lot of money that can be lost or saved. When a person is overloaded with stress and upset, a few simple measures can really help.
(PRWEB UK) 16 April 2012
Even the best, most well ordered estate planning exercise can seem like a chaotic mess to a grieving family. Afterme aims to ease putting a deceased family member's affairs in order through their newly released application. Now there is a secure online storage center for all estate planning details, making it as easy as possible for family members to wind up every detail of a person's estate.
“Our lives are full of hidden assets and liabilities, which all add up to an awful lot of money that can be lost or saved. When a person is overloaded with stress and upset, a few simple measures can really help,” said David McKenna, spokesperson for Afterme.
Afterme is an indispensable addition to comprehensive estate planning. It consists of a single interface through which nominated family members can enumerate, track and communicate to make sure every last account is closed, expense is tracked and done with state of the art in Web security. Users enter key details from their day to day life – fares, memberships, online subscription, mobile phone plan details, etc. Often, these little details are left out while estate planning. But each needs to be addressed. Afterme helps families keep their clarity from being subsumed by grief.
Invite a number of trusted delegates to conclude affairs in line with estate planning guidelines. Allocate certain tasks, or leave them open for people to claim from a pool. Afterme's detailed log makes it simple for different delegates to see what has been done, and what still needs to be done.
Not only does Afterme catalog details of a person's life, the secure messenger platform lets a member define messages to be released to family, colleagues or customers upon their death. The simple act of reaching out to business colleagues and acquaintances can spare surviving family members from being inundated with inquires at a most sensitive time. The new estate planning program tells users exactly what they need to do and exactly who they need to contact. Afterme boasts an impressive direct connection to a vast database of national organizations.
Within six months of death, Afterme deletes all information about individuals held within the database. This gives delegates ample time to get a person's affairs in order in accordance with their estate planning, but insures the information doesn't persist any longer than required.
For more information, visit the Afterme website at https://after.me.uk/