A legal document that amends your will without replacing it.
The person who gets all of the items not specifically gifted in your will. For example, this could be your spouse. Perhaps you've designated that your siblings, friends, and children should get specific gifts or heirlooms. Anything left over that isn't specified to someone else will go to your spouse - your residuary beneficiary.
A written list attached to a living trust document to declare what items/assets your are transferring into the trust.
Each memory or treasure is a Capture. Use photos, videos, maps, and stories to create your Captures.
Be it photos and videos that were passed on to you or new memories you’re making with your loved ones, Capture allows to you to freeze moments in time and pass them on for generations to come. Include stories about crazy family members, treasured heirlooms, favorite spots - you name it. Someday your kids, grandkids,... Continue Reading →
Not the ‘future’ time to order an Uber after drink number 5, but the much more distant, uncertain, robot-y future.
Don't worry, this isn't as grim as it sounds! The execution ceremony is simply when the person creating the will makes it official by signing before witnesses, or in the case of video records, making the film or message to be used in addition to (or in lieu of) a will.
Skynet is a fictional neural net-based conscious group mind and artificial general intelligence system that features centrally in the Terminator franchise and serves as the franchise's true main antagonist. Spooky! But don't worry, the self-aware robot doesn't actually exist (yet?).
Rodrigo Rosenberg Marzano was a Guatemalan attorney. Before his death, Rosenberg recorded a video message saying if he were murdered, Álvaro Colom Caballeros, President of Guatemala, Gustavo Alejos, Sandra Torres de Colom, and Gregorio Valdés would have been directly responsible. Yikes! Read more.