The Death Planner offers a great service for anyone who is going to die one day!
What I offer
The Death Planner cannot promise to take away the pain, or the incredible loss felt during death and dying, but hopes she can help people leave a detailed guide regarding their end of life wishes. Ultimately, easing the rites of passage for the living and the dead. Whether it is healthcare considerations, legal documents or burial or cremation preferences, she can help you organise, in fine detail, everything relating to your mortality. End of life decisions can be overwhelming, but making these choices while you are healthy is much easier and gives you total control and peace of mind. With her step-by-step guide to death planning, you can prepare for some things, most things, or everything! You can choose what area or areas you would like to undertake at any one time.
Your Will is such an important legal document, as it states what you want to happen to everything you own when you die. If you have children under 18 years of age, it also allows you to state who you would like to be their legal guardian/s.
Letter of Wishes
A letter of wishes is a non-binding document that accompanies your will. It can provide guidance to executors, trustees and family members, to ensure your personal wishes are carried out.
Lasting Powers of Attorney
A lasting power of attorney is a legal document, in which you give another person the right to help them make decisions about your financial affairs and/or your health and welfare. It comes into effect if you should lose mental capacity, or if you no longer want to make decisions for yourself.
Advance Decision Document
An advance decision document lets your family, carers and healthcare professionals know your wishes about refusing treatment, should you not be able to communicate those decisions yourself.
Digital Estate Planning
Digital estate planning is the process of organising your digital property and assets and making arrangements for what should happen to that property after your death
Plan for the care of a pet
To ensure that your pet, (be it a gecko or a horse), does not end up in an animal home or with someone who will not care for them properly, I can help you to make plans for the care of your pet after you die. Did you know that every single year 1.3 million pets enter animal homes due to the death of their owners and of these 1.3 million pets, around 650,00 are put to sleep.
Death cleaning is a relatively new concept which involves removing unnecessary possessions to make your home nice and orderly when you think the time is coming closer for you to die. However, you can actually death clean at any stage of your life. You may ask what the difference is between a general de-clutter and death cleaning and the answer is that death cleaning goes a step beyond simply removing excess belongings. With death cleaning once you decide what items you want to keep, you then provide instructions to your loved ones, as to what to do with these items after you die.
Fees and Services
As a member of both the IPW and The Best Foundation, The Death Planner always tries to price fairly and according to industry, offering complete price transparency.
I also offer a no obligation consultation, so if you are not sure what service you may need, please contact me to discuss.
Note: Please hover over each service for a brief explanation.
*Fees and Services 2024 are valid from 01.01.2024 – 31.12.2024.
*Fees are payable by bank transfer, cash, or cheque.
V.A.T. is not payable.
|£250.00 per LPA (to include acting as LPA Certificate Provider and LPA Witness. An external fee of £82.00 payable to the Office Public Guardian per LPA)
|£50.00 per annum
|Prices starting from £100.00
|Prices starting from £150.00