End of life planning

After several years of gathering perspectives from laypeople and professionals, and the editing and publishing process, Journey's End: Death, Dying, and the End of Life is published and a

Attorney Christine S. Anderson highlighted The LastingMatters Organizer as an estate planning guide that "goes the extra mile" in a blog post for Ansell & Anderson's clients, colleagues and subscribers.

Barbara Bates Sedoric, Founder of LastingMatters, engaged in a meaningful presentation and conversation about planning ahead for any life-changing event with a room full of attendees at the Durham Public Library this week. "Planning for the inevitable is the greatest gift you can give and receive" said Sedoric.

A Place for Mom, a website dedicated to connecting families for senior living, has invited Barbara Sedoric to join a panel of experts to answer questions posed about end of life and financial matters.

Blended families — a growing demographic — are often overlooked by advisers when discussing money and the distribution of personal property after the death of a stepparent

LastingMatters is listed on the Palliative & Supportive Care of Nantucket Foundation's Internet Resources page, adding a valuable resource and tool regarding hospice, palliative, and supportive care.  

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