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Thursday, May 18, 2017

"Sample For Final Exit..." 'Chester "Unc" Lau' (Important Information)

Dakinetalk's favorite Uncle (Chester Lau)
Unc's really passionate about creating
 a National day To Help US Veterans
  and  their families for their risks
 and sacrifices to keep America FREE . 
'Unc' currently resides on the Hawai'ian Island of Oahu. 
He is a retired cinematographer,
 and  enjoys giving the politicians a bad time...

Sample For Final Exit

Death is inevitable,be glad that your turn will come so live life to the fullest every minute, no regrets. It has been a good ride.To ease the burden of your loved ones or executors,you must prepare a list of your important documents in writing; readily show them where to obtain them when needed. It is best in a safe deposit box in a bank with authorized permission and a  key to obtain them and  with a revocable trust to avoid probate .

 Prepare for the Final Exit ,your survivors will appreciate it.
Don't forget a  REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST to Avoid Probate!

Organizing Paperwork for an Aging Loved One.

Observe changes in their capabilities may signal a need for a “care plan.”

Federal Citizens Information Center When you start noticing changes in mental and physical ability of a loved one or friend, it may signal a need to develop a “care plan.”As a relative or friend ages, you may see a decline in mental and physical capabilities, even though the changes are likely to be slow and subtle. You wonder what can be done if a senior you know needs additional care or support. A “care plan” will help define the services and support needed to provide appropriate assistance. A major part of that plan is the assembling of key documents.

Organizing Documents and Paperwork.Encourage your loved one to organize important medical information and other papers. Offer your help in a tactful way. It’s critical that this be done while your loved one is medically and mentally competent. For example, if he or she has specific wishes for end of life, they need to be documented in one place. The following items should be assembled in one place so they’re available when needed:·Medicare card ·Social Security card ·All health insurance ID cards ·Copy of birth certificate ·Names, phone numbers, and addresses of doctors ·List of current medications, the prescribing physician, and pharmacy ·Will, living will, and power of attorney ·Copies of insurance policies ·Contact information to reach the person’s tax preparer, if one is used Laminated Reference Sheet: It is a good idea for every senior to have a complete list of emergency telephone numbers and information. Laminate the list and put it an obvious place, such as on the refrigerator door or by the telephone. Put it in a place where Emergency Medical Technicians or others can access it.

Sample of Information by Chester Lau

No one lives forever , be thankful that you have the good fortune to enjoy. Love family and friends while they are alive, to ease the pain for survivors  every one should prepare a step by step "What to do in the event of  one’s demise  in advance."
 Here is one for you. Never be afraid of dying, it will only happen when it's supposed to and when it does happen, it will be all right. The memory of dying should be comfort rather than grief "(Readers Digest) "Better if you owe Government taxes and they can't collect!  Let your loved ones benefit from your blood and sweats instead of the government who don't even say "  THANK YOU  " but wants more !!!  (Chester Lau).BE NICE TO ME WHEN I AM ALIVE, NO TEARS AFTER I AM GONE !!!
Please notify my Executors IMMEDIATELY with this step by step instruction for them to follow in the event of my demise with priority as follow:
1-Executor         Ph:--------------------Cell:--------------------        
                    SSN: _ _ _  _ _ _ _ _ _Email:-----------------------------

    I appointed three (3) Executors,because in time of need,not all are available due to work or health issues.

Think about it and remember to enjoy every second of your life, because time races by so much quicker than you think.

So take care of yourself, be happy, love deeply and enjoy life!

Here's wishing you a wonderful and beautiful day.



Are you prepared for the FINAL EXIT ? In a Disaster,you will know who are your real friends .

Remember New Town ,Connecticut !!! Oklahoma Tornado !!! Storm Sandy ?   LIVE LIFE TO THE FULLEST. ENJOY EVERYDAY but Prepare for the FINAL EXIT for the benefit of your loved ones. Put all assets in writing or best consult estate planning attorneys for legal documents . Death and Taxes are inevitable so prepare for your loved ones or the government will do it for you and that you may not want.
For every day you live is a day closer to your demise--so eat dessert first

Chester Lau   AKA   L'oncle Amusant -

The Fun Uncle in French, in doubt, leave everything to Uncle C! ;-)

More reading from Unc on this subject; Warning to seniors and will be seniors.

Hana Hou, (Encore)

1 comment:

Glenn Mickens-by email said...

Some fine words of wisdom from Unc---I emailed him and thanked him.