Where and when does the conversation about death start? When a person/couple buys their first home does the real estate agent initiate the conversation about Wills and Living Trusts? When two people marry does the officiator of the ceremony ask the couple about end of life desires and if they have a Will? When a person/couple has a child does the medical professional ask about the well being of the child if something were to happen to them before he/she reaches adulthood? In 2014 Forbes published a statistic that 51% of Americans between 55-64 didn't have a Will. In 2014 our population was 318.9 million. If this was a disease it would be considered epidemic. As a society we have done a really good job at ignoring the prep work for our death because we don't want to talk or think about it. Almost no one at any stage in our lives talks about what happens when we die. And, therefore, those surviving a loved one's death can be left with a burden of paperwork, debt, questions, legal issues, anger and sadness. If we can get people to start thinking about Dying With Grace the number of Americans with Wills (and other estate planning documents) should go up and those nearing the end could go out on their terms as 'they would like' because it was discussed and documented well in advance.