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Share what you leave behind
List your belongings
List your belongings Making your own e-will may not be a pleasant prospect, but we are trying to make it easier. This important task will ensure that the people you leave behind carry out your wishes and hear your thoughts after your death. An e-will contains important instructions for the division of your belongings. An e-will for your personal belongings will make sure that your prized possessions end up in the right hands after you check out. Your belongings Make a list of all you
How are your belongings passed on?
Once you’ve added your belongings in your list and added beneficiaries, your job is done. After you are gone, your Trustee gets access to your Myend account and will be able to determine when your belongings will be divided among your beneficiaries and how they will receive them. If you leave clear instructions to your Trustees, it will help them in carrying out your final wishes. Myend doesn’t (and will never) have access to your information or belongings, so Myend is not a part of this proces
Which belongings should you share?
When creating your e-will, you will have to think about what you’re leaving behind. We know this can feel like a big challenge. That’s why we made this process a lot easier with the Belongings feature in Myend. Use your mobile phone to take pictures of the belongings you would like to leave to others. Just walk around your home, snap a pic of your favorite items and add them to your list. In that way, you have an overview of all the things you own and it will be easy to discover if you’ve forg