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In the digital age where most things are made simplistically convenient, and formidably on point, a new app mylastwill comes to clarify what’s left after dying. The new app from Mylastwill.org Inc. has made, of all things, creating a video will easy. Just sign up, pay a fee, input the contacts to be notified, and make a video will, living will, or last loving video message. From there the app’s notification service will do the work. Upon the app user’s passing, it sends timely notifications via text or e-mail to set minds at ease and leave no inheritance to chance. Welcome to the simplest way to love the living from beyond the grave.
Helping to facilitate estate law & probate law practices while effectively making probate court unnecessary, the Mylastwill.org app cuts to the chase.
Free to download, Mylastwill App offers five packages to choose from on an annual fee schedule. Upon payment, up to three “notifiers” are listed to alert Mylastwill of the user’s passing. App users will also input the phone numbers of friends and family who should be notified about their death. They will then record a will or last message and, when the time comes, the system will send the applicable recipients either an invitation to the funeral or a digital copy of the recorded videos. Though useful for everyone, the app is especially helpful for men and women in the military as video wills, video messages, and recipients can be changed at a moment’s notice.
Last updated 26 Nov 2018
Published 28 Nov 2018
Death is a thing that many of us just don't want to confront. I guess we think that' the more we talk about it, the more likely it is to occur. However, as they say, the only two things that never change in this world are the paying of taxes and our inevitable demise. The next question that has to be dealt with is what we do with our money and our possessions after we've gone. For some reason that I've never been able to quite fathom, a traditional written will kit can set you back quite a bit. What's more, given the vagaries of the law and the fact that so many written contracts can be open to interpretation, it can be - and quite often is - challenged in a court of law. However, there is another way.
Mylastwill takes the art of the 'last will and testament' into the digital age. This app for Android and iOS simplifies and clarifies our last wishes by letting us create a video that can be shared with our loved ones and other interested parties after we've gone. The video can be a regular video will, a living will (which is a directive to your physician to state your wishes for end of life medical care) or simply a last loving message to the ones that we leave behind.
Once you've signed up and paid your fee you can input your contacts to be notified and...