GoodTrust, C&J Financial Partner To Empower Grieving Families
C&J offers all new and existing clients free GoodTrust Premium Plan with free last will service, and a Digital Vault to securely share assets.
C&J Financial, the leader in insurance assignment funding, now offers to manage Facebook accounts of loved ones who have passed away.
C&J and GoodTrust look to support funeral homes and their grieving families with easy and innovative solutions for financial and digital legacy needs.
From left to right: Andrew Quist, VP/Associate General Counsel, Security National Financial (parent company of C&J Financial), Rikard Steiber, CEO/Founder of GoodTrust, Jamie Meredith, Executive Vice President, C&J Financial.
"Grieving families shouldn't need to worry about preserving the priceless online content of their loved ones," said Rikard Steiber, CEO and founder of GoodTrust, the leading digital legacy and end-of-life planning platform. "We also want to allow any C&J clients to plan ahead so their legacy is treated according to their wishes."
The partnership offers all new and existing C&J Financial clients, at no cost, the GoodTrust Premium Plan for 3 months with a free will-maker-tool and VIP service to take care of accounts like Facebook and LinkedIn after someone passes away.
GoodTrust also makes it possible for anyone to secure their online life with a digital vault. Users can also create their will for free in less than 15 minutes and share stories and memories like animated photos or Future Messages.
"We are thrilled to be partnering with GoodTrust to help our clients take care of this important need in today's connected world by ensuring their digital legacy," said Jamie Meredith, Executive Vice President, C&J Financial.
Funeral homes will be able to activate this offer for their families starting on Oct. 20 at the 2021 National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) International Convention and Expo in Nashville, TN.