California Governor Jerry Brown’s End of Life Option Act went into effect on June 9th, which allows terminally ill patients to request life-ending medication from their doctors provided they meet the following criteria:

  • Two or more doctors have agreed the patient has six months or less to live
  • Patients must be able to swallow the medication themselves
  • Patients must put their intentions to take the medication in writing 48 hours beforehand

California is the fifth state to permit this option at the end of life, joining the likes of Vermont, Oregon, Washington, and Montana.

As reported by NPR, while some view the landmark legislation as offering terminally-ill patients the utmost in compassionate care, others worry about the ramifications of making suicide a social institution.

The financial information site examines technology's role in making end-of-life planning more accessible.


Everplans is in great company; Fast Company list unveiled on CNBC Squawk Box


While discussing Fast Company's Most Creative People In Business 2016 list on CNBC, Everplans got a nice shout-out.

The MCP list for 2016 is out and Abby and Adam are on it.


Fast Company has announced its 2016 list of the 100 most creative people in business and our co-founders Abby Schneiderman and Adam Seifer both made the list.

Got something you'd like to include in your Everplan but can't find the right place for it? We've got you covered.


We’ve always wanted the Everplan to be a comprehensive representation of what matters most in most people’s lives -- and as we learn just how unique people’s lives can be, we find ways to be even more inclusive.

Financial blog Worth.com talks estate planning -- and cites Everplans.


We know that taking care of your clients' needs often requires the work of more than one person.


You can now add multiple members of your firm to your Everplans Professional account. 

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder recently signed the “Fiduciary Access To Digital Assets Act” into law. What does this mean, exactly?


Most people don’t share their funeral wishes, but they definitely should -- and Everplans can help.


Popular financial site Investopedia recently raised an important dilemma: While most of us have pondered our own funerals in passing, not many have put those decisions in writing -- and even fewer have shared their decisions with people who can make them a reality once the time comes.

The international media outlet details the merits of death apps -- and includes Everplans.


The Guardian named Everplans among apps with the potential to change the way people think about and plan for their deaths.