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I am passionate about sharing what I have learned about organizing important estate information for your loved ones so they have what they need to handle your estate matters.


My parents prepared everything for me so I would know what they had, where it was, and what to do.  It reminded me of how my parents had always taken care of me.  And even throughout a sad and stressful time, I felt their love and support.  I am so grateful.

I am here for you; we will figure this out together.

My Story

Amy Sutherland was born and raised in the Midwest. After losing both parents in the span of two and a half years, Amy decided to create a new life adventure and move to Arizona.

While finalizing her parents' estates, Amy realized the importance of sharing the information she learned. Amy created My Estate Needs to support people by organizing their estate's important information, ensuring their loved ones have what they need allowing them to feel supported and taken care of as she did.  

Amy has over 25+ years of corporate experience working with senior-level executives, most recently as a Project Manager in Corporate Strategy.

Her combined background in problem-solving, organizational skills, relationship building, project management, and coaching makes her uniquely qualified to guide and support people by organizing and documenting their important personal and financial information.

Amy loves to learn and experience new things.  She loves animals and served as a Foster and Volunteer Adoption Counselor with PAWS in Chicago for several years.  Currently, Amy is a PMI Mentor and participant in the PMI Mentorship Program Team.  She also volunteers as a Socialization Visit Volunteer for Hospice of the Valley.​


Estate Trustee / Administrator
Certified Project Management Professional (PMP)
Certified Empowerment, Life, and Corporate Coach (iPEC)
thor of "The Last Gift" in Wisdom of the Silver Sisters

PMI (Project Management Institute) Mentor

PMI Mentorship Team Member


Business Projects Portfolio

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