In a medical emergency, a delegate will be able to securely access your Advance Care Plan or Will, and call upon other important documents when they're most needed. A LifeLot account must be transitioned to an "unlocked" state by the LifeLot team before a delegate can access it, and there is strict protocol around this transition.
When you first create your LifeLot account, you need to assign at least one delegate, who will receive an email from us with your request and further instructions. They have the option to either accept or decline your request. See How to Add a Delegate.
Once your delegates are confirmed, they are then responsible for getting in touch with the LifeLot Team in the instance of you being either:
The LifeLot Team will let your delegate/s know what steps they need to take in order to access your LifeLot account when the time comes. We have a range of supporting resources and guides to help your delegates along the way.
If you should pass away, your Life Delegate will gain read-only access to your full account. Life Delegates can download information and files as required.
Members will soon be able to share access to selected files with their very own Trusted Professional (T.P.) like a financial advisor, lawyer or medical doctor. Once you've granted permission to your Trusted Professional to access certain parts of your account, they can view and upload files that you're ok about sharing.
Life is full of twists and turns. Planning and gathering together all these jigsaw pieces now will relieve a lot of stress later. Whether you have a terminal illness, are involved in an accident, or embarking on the one adventure every human must eventually take into the great beyond; end of life planning helps you to become more efficient, engaged in your life and your family can easily take over if needed. LifeLot is simple to set up, free to try, and it can make a world of difference for your family if something happens to you.