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WHO WE ARE?

What started out as a real estate company in 1988 eventually took on a nobler role. Martin Enterprizes Inc. became involved in interests that took several global industries into account.

The My Life Organizer was created and launched to make a difference for people who want to pass on their last desires and wishes in as dignified a manner as possible. 

The final wishes workbook was created when the founder of the company realized that lack of records was a serious issue for families who lost loved ones. Besides a lack of support, most families are left with nothing and no one to provide for them after the funeral.

 

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WHAT THEY SAY

Testimonials

“The purchase of the my life organizer was the best investment I could’ve made. I now have all of my daily activities in one handy place for easy access. I have also put together my final wishes so when the time comes, my family knows exactly what I want.”

Monique C.
Texas
“The bonus section was very helpful in saving me and my family members quite a bit of money and educating us on end of life matters.”

Tony L.
California
“My grandkids got me this organizer for my birthday. I looked at it first like “what is this thing?” They showed me how to use it and what I needed to do and I haven’t stopped writing yet. I wish I had this years ago.“

Elizabeth S.
New Jersey
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