Our goal: help Americans organize their emergency and end-of-life plans. Effortlessly.
Most of us understand the importance of organizing our “in case something happens to me” instructions and wishes. But we’re also short on time, money and bandwidth. Consequently, that to-do often falls to the bottom of the list.
Everything File uses tiny-bite emails to chip away at the task, one tiny, doable task at a time.
What’s an everything file?
A cheat sheet for your loved ones, just in case. Read more here.
What’s one of the riskiest things in life?
Following advice from strangers on the internet. 😉 We are not lawyers, financial advisors or fancy-degree people. We’re nerds good at googling, cut-to-the-chase-ing (totally a word) and organizing what the lawyers and fancy-degree people say. Nothing on this site is legal or financial advice. We’re simply passing on what we’ve learned, to save you time.
About the founder
Amy Andrews is smack in the middle of 4 growing children and 4 aging parents.
Between 2020 and 2022, she experienced some big life things: a cancer diagnosis for her husband (he’s doing great!), the tragic death of a sibling, the rapid decline & death of one aging parent, dementia diagnoses of two aging parents, multiple bone & joint surgeries of two more, and home-to-assisted living / memory care transitions.
End-of-life and estate planning has long been on her to-do list, but suddenly, after countless discussions about medical preferences, final wishes, wills, trusts, living wills, powers of attorney, and similar topics, she was kinda forced into it. Lucky for us, she’s sharing her notes.