It seems that everyone we speak to ‘gets’ the value of the Kinvault, and the vast array of problems it solves.
But why is public awareness of the failings of the “simple-will” product so low?
We think its because people don’t want to think about their own death, and the problems that do arise are only really exposed after death.
We see firms like Exizent highlighting the challenges (in this article) that probate professionals are facing.
But the ultimate help – indeed, a “cure” for the underlying problem of information-loss on death – is a good End-of-life Plan…
And what better End-of-life Plan than one stored on the Kinvault for specialist handover after death?