Family History Services by Hazel Thornton
What is a legacy?
A legacy is anything you leave behind when you die. It can be a gift of money or property; a public (or private) record of good (or bad) deeds; or it can simply be the wonderful warm memories that live on in the hearts of friends and family after you’re gone.
A legacy can also be the consequences of neglect, such as a house full of clutter that no one knows how to manage.
Anything you do to prepare for the inevitable will help give you and your family peace of mind.
Do you have a will? How about a virtual will listing all your online accounts and how to access them?
Is it time to downsize and declutter now, so your family doesn’t have to do it when you’re gone?
Are your photos and memorabilia organized and shareable?
Are you the keeper of stories and keepsakes that have never been documented?
Are you curious to know more about your family history?
How can I help you?
I’m not an attorney, so I can’t draw up a will for you. But I can draw on my genealogy research skills and professional organizing experience to help you leave the legacy you desire.
Together we can identify which of your things are treasures, and which are clutter. I can help you learn more about, and preserve, your family history by doing research for you, or by helping you do it yourself. With my support you can tell the stories of your photos, family, and things.
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