Honor My Wishes™
We expect our personal dignity to be respected and honored at every stage of life. This is especially true regarding our personal health care needs and choices.
Each of us should take responsibility for the security of our affairs at life’s end, and by properly planning you can avoid significant anguish for your loved ones.
By planning in advance, and discussing with loved ones what is truly wanted after death, we make our religious, cultural and emotional wishes known in a thoughtful manner.
My husband died suddenly in 2001. Fortunately I knew bill-paying and where all of our paperwork was kept. We had also prepared wills and a community property agreement. The prepared paperwork was very effective. But as I was grieving, I realized that I had to prepare new documents. And since we’d had no children, I needed to find someone trustworthy to take care of my affairs. About that time I began working with Honor My Wishes. We were preparing a Guidebook with three sections – Dignity (making sure official documents are in place), Security (having all the financial paperwork in order) and