End-of-life planning

What do You Want Others to Remember About You?

November 1, 2015

“All the dates and degrees and statistics don’t matter," she said. “What matters is the life itself.”  “How so?” “Well, I always began by asking, ‘Tell me about your loved one.’ Eventually, we always got the truth.”

This passage was written by Ann Hood, author of “The Obituary Writer” an empathetic story of love and loss, human nature, and eventual death.

Wealthcare for Women recently added The LastingMatters Organizer as a resource and guide in the section "Facing Life as a Widow".

Russ Thornton of WealthcareForWomen.com invited Barbara Bates Sedoric, Founder of LastingMatters, to share her story with his audience about the critical importance of end-of-life conversations.

Rye Public Library has invited Barbara Bates Sedoric, Author of The LastingMatters Organizer, to lead an informative presentation and group conversation about the importance of planning ahead for life-changing events.

Barbara Bates Sedoric, Author of The LastingMatters Organizer, will be joining special guests Portsmouth author Katherine Towler and award-winning writer James Patrick Kelly and many other local authors for a "don't miss" event.

Raymond James interviewed Barbara Bates Sedoric for their "TrustWorthy" newsletter spotlight to introduce The LastingMatters Organizer to their advisor network. Advisors are using this Organizer to ignite meaningful conversations and to deepen their relationships with multigenerational clients.

Barbara Bates Sedoric, Founder and President of LastingMatters,  will be presenting to the New Hampshire Estate Planning Council at the Puritan Center in Manchester, NH on September 9, 2015. The topic?  "Planning for the Inevitable".

Back by popular demand, Barbara Bates Sedoric, Founder of LastingMatters.com will speak at The Durham Public Library on Monday September 14th at 6:30PM.

Incapacity Happens

August 17, 2015

What does Dad want? Have you asked? How about Mom? Does anyone know what her wishes are?  Has anyone asked her? And is anyone really listening to what they are saying?

Life can turn on a dime. Incapacity happens. Wouldn't it be better to take some time now to get prepared?  There is no time like the present to ask questions and get some answers.  It’s never too late until it really is too late!

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