[VIRTUAL] Roadblocks to End of Life Planning

Have you ever thought to yourself, “Planning for my end of life isn’t my problem because I’ll be dead.” Or “I don’t own anything of value so I don’t need to plan.” But someone will have to close out your life. In this free information session we’ll be discussing four common reasons why people resist…

What happens if I die without a will?

Having a will isn’t just about the distribution of your stuff. It’s about enabling those you care about most to close out your life with as little fuss as possible. Whether it’s a major life change, a health concern, or ultimately how you’d like to leave this world, telling people your wishes and what you…

Let’s plan to have those important (but sometimes difficult) conversations

Not talking about important things is like trying to keep a secret – it takes energy! Speaking about it frees up that energy, leaving you room to find more joy in living your life. Whether it’s a major life change, a health concern, or ultimately how you’d like to leave this world, telling people your…

[VIRTUAL] Dying Without a Will

Dying without a Will isn’t a good idea. If you don’t have a Will when you die, if it’s not up to date, or if it cannot be located, your assets get stuck in probate, a court-appointed administrator is assigned to deal with the estate, and the province uses a mathematical formula to decide who…

[VIRTUAL] Having Important Conversations

Not talking about important things is like trying to keep a secret – it takes energy. Speaking about it frees up that energy, leaving you room to find more joy in living. In this free information session we’ll explore some approaches to planning and having conversations about things that really matter: major life changes, your…

Stress and Resilience During a Pandemic

You know how they say the only certain things in life are death and taxes? Guess what? Change is also guaranteed. And with change comes stress. In fact you won’t find one without the other; they’re like conjoined twins, feeding each other’s energy. Don’t be unprepared for a family emergency, such as job loss, illness,…