Haven Life and Lantern launch partnership

Haven Life is partnering with Lantern to make end-of-life planning easier for eligible Haven Term policyholders.

Lantern is a platform for documenting end-of-life wishes. Through the platform, customers can plan their own remembrance, organize a bucket list, or even detail what happens to their TikTok and Twitter accounts after they are gone. In the event that a customer passes away, Lantern also provides guidance to loved ones and friends to manage the death.

Through the partnership, eligible Haven Term policyholders, through Haven Life Plus, will have lifetime access to Lantern’s end-of-life planning services at no cost—including pre-planning and after-loss planning tools, as well as a one-to-one after-loss consultation.

“While end-of-life planning has long been viewed as a taboo topic, people are actually eager to talk about it. In fact, more than two-thirds of our customers recently told us that they would be interested in a service that helped with end-of-life planning, with 77% saying they would be most interested in using the service for pre-planning purposes. In partnering with Lantern, our goal is to emphasize that end-of-life planning should be celebrated. It is one of the most selfless things you can do for your loved ones and we want to make this process as easy for our customers as it was for them to purchase life insurance through Haven Life.” – John Latona, general manager at Haven Life.

“One of the best ways to encourage people to think about their end-of-life wishes is to meet them where they already are. With this partnership, we can help Haven Life customers build on the essential first end-of-life planning step they’ve already taken–purchasing life insurance. With that foundation in place, we are eager to help shared customers think about other end-of-life considerations, from legal documents to capturing their stories and advice for loved ones. Ultimately, Haven Life and Lantern are natural partners given our aligned missions of taking the stress out of long-term planning and protecting loved ones.” – Liz Eddy, CEO and co-founder of Lantern.