You.  You are critically important to this entire process.

You are the kind of person who loves your family.

You have worked a long time to provide for them, to put a roof over their heads and food on the table.

Sometimes providing for them was hard. Still... You always did it. You struggled. You worked extra hours or did without. You did the best you could for your family.

But providing for their physical comfort wasn't your only concern... You cared much more than that.

You worried over the choices they made...

The struggles they encountered...

The relationships they forged...or forgot...

You were concerned about how life would play out for them and how they would handle it.  And now it hits you...

Who is going to care for them when you're gone?

You've thought about your mortality.

You feel the full impact of the comment that nothing --and no one lasts forever.

Maybe a parent or close relative has died...

Or you have had friends pass on...

Or maybe you yourself have had a near miss or come a little too close to the other side...

You remember their funerals and are more aware of what happens next.

Sometimes families already steeped in grief have had to struggle financially as money was tied up in probate.

Or close knit relatives were suddenly at each other's throats over who was going to get what...

And you wondered...

Will this happen to my family when I'm gone?

What will they think of you after you leave this world?

Will they bless your name? Or curse it?

You have kept the family together and solid during your life.

What will they do when you're gone?

What if a set of documents could prevent financial, emotional and relationship destruction?

What if having these pieces of paper in place could give your wishes and concerns the force of law?

What if having a set of legal documents prepared now could save everyone you care about?

That's where I come in.

Hi. I'm David Woods. As a business owner and a family man, I know what it's like to care about my family's future.  When my Grandma died I remember a painful conversation that happened in my family.  My parents were talking about my Grandma's money.  My Grandma was a good woman. She loved her family.

But that wasn't the conversation...

Instead questions were being raised...

Questions about who did what...

Questions about honesty and integrity...

Suddenly the world of uncles, aunts, and cousins went very dark.

That one incident had a profound impact on me. I have focused a good part of my work on helping families prevent situations like the one I experienced that day.

I should tell you that the story turned out alright.  No one stole anything. Everything worked out.  My grandma would be shocked, sad, and embarrassed at the seeming mess she created.

Time and cool heads prevailed. Respectful and direct questions were asked. We eventually learned that Grandma had not done all she intended to do in passing her property before she died.

Her mistakes...

Her errors...

All because she hadn't gotten a simple set of papers in place before she passed. But, oh boy, the trouble her mistakes caused in the family!

I want people to be heroes-- not villians-- to their families, their children, and to those they love...

And I know exactly how you can be...

With a little planning and a few carefully crafted pieces of paper, you can save your family from financial ruin, emotional disaster and relationship curses.

But waiting until you pass is waiting too long.

Then it will be too late.

That's why you must get your documents prepared while you are alive, in good mental and physical health and still able to put into action the love you have for those you have provided for during their lives.

To get started, here's something just for you. You might be asking yourself, "How can I be a hero to my family and friends?"

Here's how. Download this cheat sheet. (insert it here... still under construction) It has 3 simple questions. Write down the answers. It will get you started on the right path.