Views on end of life planning

Once I’ve Gone, the support and advice network for end of life planning, are conducting a survey to question and establish consumer thoughts surrounding key issues and concerns regarding end of life. Many of the questions cover areas which you will face with your clients as a wills and probate professional, so gaining valuable insight from the minds of prospective clients could also be very useful to your practice.

This particular survey has been created to help the Once I’ve Gone advisers to fully understand how people feel about having a will, planning their future and facing the important considerations they will need to deal with as they approach end of life. Responses should allow the website to offer a more diverse range of services and provide information that members and partners will benefit from.

Questions being asked cover topics including:

  • Whether a will has been written and where it’s lodged
  • Care of dependants
  • Funeral plans
  • Condideration of bucket lists

The survey will close on 18th December 2015 and a full report and analysis will follow.

If you’d like to take part in the survey, please visit the dedicated Once I’ve Gone survey page.

To find out more about the company, please visit the Once I’ve Gone website.

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