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Life Document Storage Company Profile

Life Document Storage was founded and created by Bill Simpson, a licensed funeral director in the state of Michigan. Having made funeral arrangements with thousands of people, Bill noticed a troubling trend; too many families weren’t properly prepared to handle their loved one’s final affairs. Families weren’t prepared because too often they didn’t know where to find their loved ones most important life documents. It’s one thing to possess documents, it’s quite another for your family to know where you keep your estate plans, life insurance policies, wills and other important information. This dilemma only created additional stress in an already difficult situation. Bill realized there had to be a better way. There had to be a way to help people answer the question, “If something happened to me today, what information would my family need to know and where would they find it?” Initially, Bill’s idea was to provide people a way to store their important information electronically, but he quickly realized most people didn’t know exactly what their family might need; this led to the development of the Life Document Storage database. This powerful, yet easy to use database walks you through the questions your family will have if something were to happen to you. Even more, it allows you to privately and securely store copies of your medical history, your will, life insurance documents, online account passwords, usernames, final wishes, family history and much, much more. Life Document Storage has become the most comprehensive Life Document database available today.

News from Life Document Storage:

Virtual Life After Death: Why Digital Assets Should Be Included in Estate Plan

SHERIDAN, Mich., Oct. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Who would answer your Facebook “friend requests” if you were no longer around?
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That depends on whom you determine – or don’t – in your estate plan.…

Funeral Director Launches Life Document Storage, a Comprehensive End-of-Life Planning and Life Information Transfer Company

SHERIDAN, Mich., Sept. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Even though death is an inevitable part of life, most people avoid making end of life plans. As a result, family members are often left to put loved ones’ affairs in order but are unsure where to even begin. In an effort to make this process easie…