Our founder, Esther Pipoly, has been busy talking about LOLA. Catch up with our news below.
LOLA: The next big thing in benefits?
Two businesses spawned by personal loss are helping employers and their clients navigate through grief.
We are proud to have been featured in the May issue of Benefits Pro, a magazine distributed to professional benefits brokers.
Our article appears on page 31.
When my brother-in-law passed away two years ago, so many people wanted to help us, but we didn't know where to start or what we needed. Our funeral director proved to be invaluable because he gave us ideas about what to ask for during the process.
UVALDE COUNTY, Texas - It's been a year since 13 New Braunfels church members died in a bus crash in Uvalde County. Experts say that holidays like Easter can be a struggle for those trying to celebrate, even as they still grieve.
They say that nothing is inevitable except for death and taxes. Many Americans hire somebody to do their taxes, and now a San Antonio entrepreneur has created a company to help out with the death part, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.
Etiquette expert Diane Gottsman shares tips on what you should do if you're dealing with a loss or someone you know is bereaved. Diane also says there are five things we should all know about being prepared: (source: Loss of Life Advocates) Know where your original will is located and keep it updated as your life changes.
The Alamo City is lovingly referred to by many as a big city with a small-town feel, and having the opportunity to chat with born-and-raised San Antonian Esther Pipoly, founder of LOLA: Loss Of Life Advocates, really brought home that message of connection for me.
At a funeral knowing what to wear and where to sit are all things that can be confusing, so look at our funeral etiquette guide that will answer some common questions.