Start with a FREE Emergency Letter
The first step to getting sorted is to create an emergency letter.
In less than 10 minutes we take you through some of the most important things your family or loved ones would need to know if you got sick or were no longer here.
The letter explains who to contact and where to find your important documents.
It’s the perfect way to help the people that rely on you, and because it’s completely free, you have no excuse not to do it now.
Enhance Your Emergency Letter
Once you've printed your emergency letter, explore our comprehensive checklist of topics spread over multiple categories to create a valuable resource for you and your family or loved ones.
Work through the checklist in any order and at your own pace. Include as little or as much information as you want. Store files, document scans, optional passwords, images and contact information.
Everything is securely stored until you or your family need it.
When You're No Longer Here
Print an optional Final Wishes Certificate and store it where your family can find it. It can give your loved ones full access to the information in the digital vault after you’re gone.
If you own a family business or rental properties, it’s even more important to store important documents.
More than 40% of businesses don’t survive the death of one of its owners, and preparing final accounts can leave loved ones without access to funds for months or years while everything goes through the accountant and probate.
DID YOU KNOW?
Every year, the contents of hundreds of safe deposit boxes and storage units are sold or transferred to the state when the rental fees are not paid when an owner gets sick or passes away.
Often families don't even know the assets exist!
The same thing happens with unpaid life insurance policies, bank accounts, and investments. The US has $41 billion, Australia has $1.1 billion and New Zealand has $40 million worth of unclaimed insurance policies and accounts on their books.
Your WishesKept SAFE VAULT ensures your hard earned assets are not lost or forgotten.