What if you could start every day knowing that if anything should happen … the information your family would need is organized.
We know what keeps you from organizing your information, and we created the answer.
Simple is doable!
Presenting the Let Family Know® Keeper
We’ve all heard stories about families who who ended up in a mess and stressed out, trying to make emergency decisions—all because the information they needed was either difficult to find, required permission to access, or maybe didn’t even exist at all.
Are you ready to stop worrying about leaving your family in a mess?
5 reasons why you’ll want the Let Family Know® Keeper
The Let Family Know® Keeper has 5 sections.
What you fill out is up to you.
- MY IMPORTANT INFORMATION
- MY DIGITAL LIFE
- WHAT I WANT YOU TO HAVE
- WHAT I WANT YOU TO KNOW
- FAMILY, FRIENDS AND OTHERS
My Important Information
Imagine being able to tell your spouse or adult children you won’t be leaving them in a mess.
The fill-in-the blank format makes it easier to organize emergency and medical information, and information about your family, personal documents, bequeathing documents, legal advisors, financial accounts, debts and obligations, income sources, insurance policies, major assets, employment or business information, memberships and groups, pets and animals, and funeral plans.
My Digitial Life
We reset our passwords multiple times – because we forget them or to strengthen online security.
Use this section on a daily basis to keep logins at your fingertips.
And, when needed, it will give heirs or executors the information they need to close your online accounts.
What I Want You to Have
It’s often items with less monetary value and a high emotional value that cause many family rifts?
This is NOT a replacement for a will, but a place to note what you want people to have and WHY. That can protect your family from having to make those decisions, and help prevent hard feelings – especially if passing down family heirlooms or prized possessions. This can also save lawyers time and fees when getting a legal will done.
What I Want You to Know
Here you can start to build a personal legacy by passing down information you don’t want to be lost to future generations …
like thoughts, religious beliefs, life lessons, family stories, traditions, and family recipes.
We created an eBook with 101 thought starters to help.
Family, Friends and Others
This is an expanded address book you can use when you send letters, thank-you notes, or greeting cards.
PLUS, each entry has a place to indicate if you’d want the person to be notified if anything should happen to you, and, if you’ve left them a letter or video and where it is.
“You know in the back of your mind it’s something you should do. With this, you don’t have to go online and try to figure everything out … I like knowing you can do a little at a time. When you get done, you’d feel so good about it. It would take the worry away.”
— Kris H., Iowa
You’ll love these easy-to-read eBooks, packed with ideas to help.
Protecting personal and financial information in the Internet age: even if you say you are “barely online.”
How to decide who will inherit your stuff: 7 basic estate-planning steps that turn procrastination into peace of mind. (includes worksheets)
How to keep family stories, traditions and values from fading: Recall and record years of your life … in just minutes each week. (includes worksheets and 105 thought starters)
A guide to writing the very best legacy letter possible.