Podcast | My Money: Managing the end-of-life transition

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Maya and Louis discuss how to manage both the fears and practical side of mortality. Photo: iStock
Maya and Louis discuss how to manage both the fears and practical side of mortality. Photo: iStock

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In this podcast Maya Fisher-French speaks to Louis van der Merwe about the biggest transition – death. Whether it is the death of a loved one or contemplating our own mortality, death is a part of life. Maya and Louis discuss how to manage both the fears and practical side of mortality. How to have these conversations with family, how to manage an unexpected death of a loved one or steps to take when you or a loved one is diagnosed with a terminal illness. The conversation covers various aspects from dealing with the estate to what happens to your social media accounts.


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