NextLifeBook provides a platform for you to deliver lasting memories â text, pictures, voice, videos, flowers, gifts â to your loved ones in the event that you have passed on.
You can click here to sign up for free.
After you have signed up and verified your email address, you can add your Loved Ones, and create digital memories for them.
You can add Trusted Nominees, who will keep NextLifeBook informed of those milestones to deliver your memories.
You can also generate your online Will and store it digitally, or physically with a Certis Cisco safebox.
Securely store your important documents (insurance policies, titles of properties, etc.) on our Digital Vault.
NextLifeBook supports the grieving process of your loved ones in your demise. Messages into the future provide comfort and memories to your loved ones
Digital memories â text, pictures, voice, videos â including our online Will generator, physical Certis Cisco safebox storage, and Digital Vault are free for everyone.
Should you wish to store more memories and send physical gifts, do have a look at our affordable pricing plans.
You will be notified of these memories as their dates occur so that you can update or delete them as they will not be sent while the user is alive.
In the event that there are memories between the date of passing and the date that NextLifeBook verifies userâs passing, memories in between these dates will be automatically sent.
E.g. User passed on in January and NextLifeBook was informed and verified passing in June of the same year. All memories between January to June are automatically sent.
Once you have uploaded a document you can set it to be sent to a recipient's email. If you have not selected a recipient at the time of your passing the contents of the vault will be automatically deleted.
Security is one of our top most priority for all users and all information stored onto the platform is protected using AES-256 encryption, 2-Factor Authentication as well as SSL. Security audits are also regularly conducted to ensure our systems are functioning 100%.
You can click on âForgot Password?â in the Log in page, if you have forgotten your password.
To change our password, after you have logged in, click on My Account in the dropdown, and click Change Password do so by accessing your account settings
We respect your privacy and do not tolerate spam and will never sell, rent, lease or give away your information (name, address, email, etc.) to any third party.
Our team members will only be able to access contact details of Trusted Nominees and Loved Ones, only for the purpose of sending your Memories and gifts (for Premium users).
A Trusted Nominee (TN) is someone whom you nominate to act in the event of the user's passing. We advise you to have at least 2 TNs.
TN will notify us of the userâs passing, and also highlight to NextLifeBook of any future milestones â birthdays, weddings, graduations â that the user tied to any saved Digital Memory.
In the event of Userâs passing;
Your Trusted Nominee can contact us, or during our occasional Email updates to TN, and also to confirm that they still wish to be your TN, NextLifeBook can be notified sometime after the Userâs passing.
A Will is a legal document that a person (also known as âTestatorâ) expresses their final wishes and final instructions in writing, on their asset(s) to be distributed on their passing. The Will will be administered by a nominated person (also known as âExecutorâ) to the beneficiaries named in the Will. In Singapore, a Will is governed by the Wills Act (Cap. 352).
A Will is a vital legal document that allows your loved ones and next of kin to manage your assets and possessions in a structured manner upon your passing. In Singapore, if a person has no Will at the time of passing, the distribution of assets will be distributed in accordance with the Intestate Succession Act (Cap. 146).
A Testator is a person who makes a Will. A Testator must be of the legal age of 21 years old and above at the age of creation of the Will.
The Executor is the person nominated by the Testator to administer the final wishes of the Testator in accordance with the Testatorâs Will. An Executor is also known as âThe Trusteeâ, can also be a beneficiary under a Will and a Testator can appoint more than one Executor in his Will. Where there is more than one Executor, they must act jointly (together). Please note that the NextLifeBook Will Generator does not allow for the appointment of joint Executors.
Our Will Generator allows a Testator to appoint an alternate Executor. If the Executor is for any reason is unable to execute the terms of the Will (e.g. where the Executor has passed away), the alternative Executor will take over duties of the Executor. An Executor must be over the legal age of 21, not be declared bankrupt and must be of sound mind in order to carry out his/her duties under the Will.
Some of the Executorâs duties would include:
The Beneficiary is the person who will inherit the distributed asset(s) made out in his/her name under the Testatorâs Will.
In the event that the Beneficiary is a minor (under the legal age of 21), the asset(s) will be held by a trustee appointed within the Will (or if none, to be appointed by the Executor) and these asset(s) shall be distributed when the minor reaches 21 years of age and above.
A will typically must be properly witnessed to be valid. Unlike other legal documents, a will generally isn't valid unless two adult witnesses (depending on the country) watch the will-maker sign it. The witnesses must know that the document is intended to be that person's will, and they must also sign the document themselves.
The Witnesses do not have to be a professional person, and cannot be a beneficiary to the Will. It is recommended to have somebody trustworthy and of good character to be your witness.
It varies across countries. For Singapore, any residents or individuals who have an asset in Singapore of the legal age of 21 and above can use NextLifeBook to generate a Will.
The generated Simple Will covers Singapore residents, and foreigners who only have assets located in Singapore. If in doubt, you should always seek legal advice.
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Yes, you may change your Will, by creating a new Will with NextLifeBook.