As you engage in resources like Regeneration Earth, you become more aware of the choices legally available to you when you face your death or after you die, you realize how important they are, and you become clearer about what you want for yourself and your loved ones.
This is only the first step to having more peace in your life by planning now for your death while you are alive.
No matter your age or health, the next important step is to document your wishes and to organize them in a way that your loved ones can access them, then fulfill them easily.
That’s where Final Wishes comes in.
Final Wishes is a for-profit organization thoughtfully developed by Eric Rooney and a team of experts, donating 15% of all proceeds to Regeneration Earth.
It is a digital platform that easily holds all your final wishes in their various forms. From your legal documents to photos or passwords, this end-of-life planning platform secures and organizes all your Final Wishes in one place and brings peace to you and your loved ones.
Head over to the Final Wishes platform by clicking below. As soon as you sign up and start your own private account, you can begin the process of finalizing your end-of-life plan.
Utilizing resources that Regeneration Earth provides, as well as legal guidance from your attorney, and other relevant guides or loved ones, you will begin to see the deep sigh of relief and confidence this planning can bring.
Our database is committed to the highest standards of data security and compliance. We adhere to all applicable federal and state regulations. Your documents are protected by a multi-layered security system, including both 128-bit and 256-bit AES encryption keys and built-in security tools in Google drive’s endpoint management area.
Will or Last Will and Testament:
A will is a legal document that outlines how an individual’s assets and properties should be distributed after their death. It may also designate guardians for minor children and specify the executor who will manage the estate.
Advance Directive (Living Will):
An advance directive, often referred to as a living will, allows individuals to document their preferences for medical treatment in case they become unable to communicate their wishes. This may include decisions about life-sustaining treatments, organ donation, and other medical interventions.
Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care:
This document appoints a trusted person, known as a healthcare proxy or agent, to make healthcare decisions on behalf of the individual if they are unable to do so. It is complementary to the advance directive and covers situations not explicitly addressed in the living will.
Durable Power of Attorney for Finances:
A durable power of attorney for finances designates an agent to manage an individual’s financial affairs in the event they become incapacitated. This includes handling banking, investments, and other financial transactions on behalf of the individual.
The Medical Orders for Scope of Treatment (MOST) form:
1-page, 2-sided document that consolidates and summarizes patient preferences for key life-sustaining treatments: CPR, medical interventions and artificially administered nutrition. The program was established by legislation (C.R.S. 18.7) in Colorado in 2010.
If you have any questions, head to our contact page and fill out a form.
If you are an attorney or leader and would like to bring Final Wishes to your clients or employees and/or have Eric speak, please reach out to us.