After losing your spouse, you look at your kitchen table, covered with envelopes and paper. You wonder how you will ever get through everything. Where do you start to begin collecting benefits? Where can you go for help? There is paperwork everywhere, and organizing it is like fighting a Paper Dragon. Taming The Paper Dragon will give you practical tools and guidance you need to organize the paperwork, alleviating much of the stress in contacting the appropriate parties for help, and allowing you to put your life back together. There are worksheets with tips for necessary documentation (.pdf format download included in your purchase), as well as recommendations in the guide for what to discuss with your family attorney, tax accountant, financial institutions, insurance agents, and others.
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About the Author
Wendy moved to the Mobile area about thirty years ago. She continued in the insurance business for another ten years. She then became a secretarial consultant, helping companies set up their offices – filing systems, customer service, shipping and other departments. Wendy's clients included engineering firms, real estate offices, home builders, and individuals. She sold and managed real estate with local real estate companies. She is currently employed at a large shipyard in the Mobile, Alabama area as an administrative assistant in Human Resources.
"It has been a labor of Love to write these guides and workbooks. It is my hope and prayer that these workbooks may bring confidence and peace to those needing it after the loss of their loved one or if they find themselves assisting their parents."
Wendy obtained Certified Professional Secretary and Financial Paraplanner designations, California Insurance Agent and Brokers licenses, an Alabama Life, Health and Disability license, and an Alabama Real Estate license.
Wendy and her husband Jon live in a small town outside of Mobile, Alabama.