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LifeBio helps those with terminal illnesses to write a letter to future generations

LifeBio's new "Letter to My Children and Loved Ones" template provides a simple approach to empower mothers and fathers to share their memories, wishes, and advice with present and future generations.


If I die app for Facebook

At LifeBio, we know people aren't sure where to start. What should that last message look like and say? We're not surprised to see the concept of an ethical will make its way into Facebook with the If I Die app.  You can record a video or a message that will be played after your gone.


Creating a Legacy

Writing down your memories helps to create a legacy. There is no one else like you. Only you can share your story and your legacy with your children and grandchildren. So what are you waiting for?


3 reasons you should write a legacy letter or ethical will

What is a Legacy Letter or Ethical Will?

Ethical wills are a way to share your love with family and close friends. Think of an ethical will as a heartfelt letter or legacy letter describing what truly matters most in your life. An ethical will passes on life lessons, values, joys, prayers, hopes, and dreams for present and future generations. It doesn't have to be anything fancy--just a letter from the heart that expresses your thoughts.


Graduation - Preserving Memories While Beginning a New Journey

Whether your loved one is graduating from high school or college this spring, the day will be one that is filled with cherished memories. Help them capture and preserve the memories of their great accomplishment by beginning their autobiography. Sure, right now your graduate is on cloud nine, but will he or she remember every detail about how they felt on this very special day when he or she received the diploma or degree, walked across the stage or each friend and family member they shared the moment with?


Dr. John Dykers' End of Life Plan from Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: I'm so glad you brought up the end-of-life plan dilemma faced by "Aunt Thelma, Uncle John and Marie." I am a doctor, and my patients have universally embraced my own end-of-life plan as follows: