Use Secured Inheritance to keep financial records, including, but not limited to:
Use Secured Inheritance to keep valuables recorded.
Use Secured Inheritance to record information and photos of family heirlooms:
Keep your medical information (and that of your family) organized and stored using Secured Inheritance. Medical records can be posted as well as information of your medical providers in the following ways:
Use Secured Inheritance to keep track of all personal and real property documents, such as:
Use Secured Inheritance to keep documents, records and photos of all vehicles you own or lease:
Use Secured Inheritance to save photos in a private setting without the fear that they will disappear when your computer crashes or that they will be available to the public on Facebook:
A trust is a legal document created to hold property by one party for the benefit of another. There are many types of trusts, but are often used in estate planning to avoid probate of an estate, and distribute property efficiently after death.
Again, you can use Secured Inheritance to record documents and information regarding your trust as you would a will:
Legal Certificates & Documents
Use Secured Inheritance to keep track of government issued documents or other documents of a legal nature, such as:
Wills & Trusts
Your will is a legal document which guides the executor, beneficiaries and the courts in disposing of your assets according to your wishes. You can use Secured Inheritance to support, protect and defend your will after your death by posting your will, photos of bequests, videos explaining bequests, and other uses.
Remember that if you post an asset on Secured Inheritance to be given to a designated heir, but that bequest is not specified in your will, a court of law will only look to the will to uphold the gift, and not to your postings on Secured Inheritance. Make sure your property bequests on Secured Inheritance match those of your will.
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