10 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Use an Online Will Kit

Preparing for your death can be an expensive proposition. You could leave it up to chance, but without an adequate will, everything you’ve worked for in life could go to the last people you want to see with it. Your loved ones could be left with no resources to help them survive after you’re gone. […]

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Preparing a Digital Asset Estate Plan and Will

Over and over again, the mainstream media have been publishing articles highlighting the ever increasing problem of what happens with our digital assets when we are gone. Recently, the CBC in Canada told the story of Peggy Bush. Peggy’s husband had succumbed to lung cancer and she liked to play card games on their iPad […]

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14 ways to Simplify Your Life

What Do You Want Most? Modern life tends to be complicated. Notice I say ‘complicated’ and not ‘complex.’ The difference is that something complex is naturally multi-faceted, but something complicated is made that way artificially or by outside forces. Hear that clearly: if your life is complicated, you’ve complicated it yourself. Or, you’ve allowed someone […]

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What happens when a business owner dies?

Life as a business owner can be stressful at the best of times. But if you think owning a business is tough, figuring out what happens when a business owner dies (or leaves suddenly) can be an absolute nightmare. The death or permanent disability of a partner or business owner can result in chaos for […]

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Shutting down a Facebook Account

As at 2012, 30 million people who maintained Facebook accounts have died, according to a report from the Huffington Post. So what happens to all those profiles that are no longer maintained by their owners? Their account can go one of four ways: The profile remains untouched, unreported and open to wall posts, photo tags, […]

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How to get a death certificate in New Zealand?

It is not always a simple task to get a death certificate when someone dies. Before it can be issued, the death must be confirmed by someone with legal authority to do so and registered with Births, Deaths and Marriages at the Department of Internal Affairs. The process of getting a death certificate begins immediately […]

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