There are lots of important documents to organize in order to make the process of settling your estate easier on your family (such as life insurance paperwork, evidence of trusts, your will), but what about your frequent flier miles? Are they transferrable when you die? The New York Times talked to six major airlines to get their policies for transferring miles, and found that there's not really a single (or clear) answer to this question.
Blog Archive: November 2012
Welcome to the Everplans Blog where we cover everything from Duck Dynasty to Death Over Dinner.
Thanks to a tweet by Meetup CEO Scott Heiferman, Lifehacker wrote a really nice piece about Everplans on their blog yesterday. The piece drove a lot of traffic to the site, and we've gotten tons of great feedback.
We are excited to announce that as of November 19th, at 10:40 pm, Everplans.com has officially launched its new Website. (We're still in Beta so please be kind.)
We're a small team and we've been working on Everplans for over two years, researching—and in some cases, personally experiencing—end-of-life issues. And, perhaps more importantly, we've been putting all that knowledge into a unique step-by-step process that can help take some of the stress away from families dealing with a death.