In a time of life’s blindsides, personal loss, or losing your administrative companion, we are ready to step in. We can assist with administrative tasks, bookkeeping, bill payment, account monitoring, and executing last bequests. We can prepare basic wills and living trusts, and prepare basic updates for wills and living trusts already in force.
We offer services like transition planning, succession planning, estate planning, probate avoidance, and financial planning. If you are facing the challenges of downsizing or asset liquidation, we can help with that, too. We have experience with Long Term Care policies and understand their language.
We are problem solvers and stress busters. If you will tell us what is bothering you, we will find the right answer to your need.
Maxie & FranFrom TexasMy husband, Maxie, of 62 years, passed away last August, 2016. My world completely changed. Maxie had paid all the bills and took care of everything. I appreciated all that he did for me, but, felt lost and overwhelmed with the responsibilities after he passed away. Susan and Norman took care of all the bills immediately. They contacted the hospitals and dealt with the Maxie's pending payments and made arrangements. They lowered my phone plan bill and my cable bill. They helped save money where they could. Norman filed my taxes. I have updated my will and made all my wishes known. Now that they have a plan in place that manages those things in my life that overwhelm me, I have such peace of mind. If I have a need or a question of any kind, they are here to help me. They are kind, loving and care so much. I highly recommend their services!
SueFrom New MexicoI would also like to speak on behalf of my sister, Sue Ives, who passed away in March of 2016. While she was ill, Susan and Norman helped her "get her house in order". Sue had savings bonds from the 70's that would have died with her. The bonds were changed to digital bonds and funded directly to her bank account. Sue also shared important information about her retirement accounts, bank accounts and the special items she had worked for all of her life. She made her wishes known and protected her assets. In the end, her assets went directly to her designated family members and to her church. No probate was needed. Her assets were not tied up in the courts or left to the decision of the state. Sue was proud and private. She was overwhelmed with making decisions. We are thankful for those that lovingly helped her! I recommend Green Pastures Financial Resources to everyone I know!