Passare Launches its Latest How-to Guide to Simplify Planning for End-of-Life

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New eBook Outlines Steps for End-of-Life Preparation to Foster Peace of Mind

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Sharing the mechanics of how-to plan for End-of-Life and all that it entails is an important part of Passare’s charter.

Passare, Inc., a trusted and relevant source for end-of-life planning and management, announces its successful new consumer guide, “How-to Manage End-of-Life Planning.” Highlighting relevant information and helpful tips on end-of-life matters, this new resource guide incorporates expert advice from the Passare team, Y Collaborative Co-founder Susan Lieberman and legal expert Robert Shepard of Robert L. Shepard Professional Law Corporation.

Passare’s comprehensive eBook discusses the benefits of having an End-of-Life (EOL) plan, when and how to begin planning and the critical elements of a good plan. It also includes a full checklist of items to consider, including: suggestions for initiating conversations about End-of-Life, organizing finances, understanding health care options, as well as evaluating final arrangements. The eBook includes insights by expert Robert Shepard, an attorney who specializes in helping people to legally plan and prepare, including establishing advance healthcare documents, wills, trusts and how-to choose representatives to act on one’s behalf. Susan Lieberman, a renowned author and expert in End-of-Life, also shares her approach on preparing for the psychological challenges related to considering options and decisions that can deeply impact families.

One of the concepts the eBook presents is that pre-planning can benefit families by giving them time to consider multiple healthcare, financial and final issues and options. Peace of mind to families is one of the potentially significant benefits pre-planning brings because it enables personal control over preferences for final care procedures, asset management, funeral services, tributes and more. Going through the planning process earlier in life, the guide suggests, can also relieve loved ones from the burden of making complicated decisions during stressful and emotional times.

“Sharing the mechanics of how-to plan for End-of-Life and all that it entails is an important part of Passare’s charter,” said Charles Picasso, Founder and CEO. “Our purpose is to guide people through an often difficult and challenging process — one of life’s most important.”

Passare allows families to create relevant and meaningful plans that identify personal wishes and bring comfort and peace of mind for an important life passage. The How-to guide suggests that creating an End-of-Life plan can be appropriate for people in any stage of life. For more information on End-of-Life (EOL) specifics, see Passare’s Resources for advice on topics including “Estate Planning Basics,” or “How-to Plan Your Funeral.”

About Passare
Passare, Inc. is the industry’s first and most comprehensive End-of-Life Management Platform. Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, the privately held company is leveraging technology to transform both the way funeral homes will operate in the 21st century and the service experience for families. Passare eases the emotional, financial, and logistical burden on families by guiding them through one of life’s most important passages with greater simplicity and peace of mind. For more information, please visit http://www.passare.com.

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