My mother passed away very suddenly, it was devastating
Immediately, demands came flooding in from the many groups that had to be dealt with.
RIP June 26, 1939 - September 16, 2015
And, I quickly realized that I had no idea what to do. What was required? Through tears, I had to figure out how to move forward.
Who to call?
What steps needed to be taken?
What things were most important to her?
What would she have wanted?
So many decisions to make...
There had to be a better way... So we built:
This easy to use, highly secure website is built to help in the following ways:
My Mom never wanted to talk about her own passing, so we added...
Discussing mortality can be difficult for anyone. "Having "The Talk" is a section in Check-Out that makes the conversation about end-of-life planning so much easier. Using the pre-written content, loved ones can invite family and friends to be part of their planning process. As well, they can ask for help or invite helpers as needed.
At 73 years of age, Mom had collected a lot of valuables, treasures and more...
Taking Stock of Life
CheckOutPlan guides people to take photos of their most precious items and decide who gets them and why in our Taking Stock section. As well, provide detailed direction on pet and livestock care. Don't leave their well-being to chance!