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- My Personal Information
- My Medical Information
- Key Contact Information
- At the Time of My Passing
- My Dependents
- Important Documents
- Financial Information
- Commercial/Business Information
- What Beneficiaries Can Expect
- Personal Property
- My Pets
- What to Pay, Close, and Cancel
- Email and Social Media
- Miscellaneous Information
- My Personal Wishes
- Last Words
- Note: This planner is not a legal document and does not replace a valid will.
- Contents are identical to those of Peter Pauper Press’s Peace of Mind Planner.
From the Publisher
I’m Dead, Now What? Organizer
Important Information about My Belongings, Business Affairs, and Wishes.
Rest easier knowing things will be taken care of at a difficult time
Organize your affairs and wishes
Yes, it has a quirky title and cover design that will appeal to certain sensibilities, but the contents of this peace-of-mind planner are no-nonsense.
Get it all in one place
Use it to gather those vital details about your contacts, legal matters, health, financial affairs, instructions and more.
Make their lives easier
Valuable and practical, this organizer is a tremendous gift for your family and personal representatives.
Take it page by page, section by section. This guided planner will help you enter your vital information.
Easy to use
Prompted pages make it easy to fill in. 96 pages with 17 tabbed sections. Planner is sized for larger writing: 8-1/2 inches wide by 11 inches high.
Concealed wire-o hardcover binding makes writing easier. Quality, smooth-finish paper takes pencil or pen.
This planner is not a legal document and does not replace a valid will. Keep it in a secure location.
The I’m Dead, Now What? Planner covers:
My Personal Information
My Medical Information
Key Contact Information
At the Time of My Passing
What Beneficiaries Can Expect
What to Pay, Close, and Cancel
Email and Social Media
Our Company History
In 1928, at the age of twenty-two, Peter Beilenson began printing books on a small press in the basement of his parents’ home in Larchmont, New York. Peter and later, his wife, Edna sought to create fine books that sold at prices even a pauper could afford.
Today, still family owned and operated, Peter Pauper Press continues to honor our founders’ legacy and our customers’ expectations of beauty, quality, and value.
Image: Peter Pauper Press headquarters, Mount Vernon, New York, circa 1948.