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Part one of The Family Love Letter series examined this informational document’s importance in serving as a roadmap to financial and personal details, and how having a completed Letter helps ease heirs’ and caregivers’ pain and stress in the event of a loved one’s death or incapacitation. 

In part one of The Family Love Letter series (OurHealth Roanoke & New River Valley, April/May 2017), we examined this informational document’s importance in serving as a roadmap to financial and personal details, and how having a completed Letter helps ease heirs’ and caregivers’ pain and stress during a tumultuous time – a loved one’s death or incapacitation.  

Your office has stacks of paperwork that you’ve been meaning to organize and file. There are stories you want to share with your children, but haven’t yet. Your phone, computer and social media accounts are password protected. The storage shed across town has items that you want to go to specific family members and friends, but only you know which ones and where the storage unit is.

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