Whether you’re an individual who is organizationally challenged or someone who is helping a family member in crisis, I can offer support in helping you deal with that pile of paperwork that is keeping you from taking care of what really needs to be done. Having your documents in order provides an immediate benefit to you or your family in being more efficient and will take away the stress of missing or hard to find records.
My services can also help seniors who are recently widowed or caretakers who are overwhelmed with the daily care of an ailing spouse or other family member. My services can also benefit the children of seniors who are unable to assist their parents due to time constraints or distance. I can alleviate the stress and frustration of sorting thru multiple stacks of mail, medical paperwork and other documents that have gone unattended and is now an overwhelming task.
Your paperwork will be treated with the utmost care and confidentiality. In order to provide you the best possible service, I work at my own location. You simply box up the items in a banker-sized or smaller box(s), ship to No Detail Too Small and I will identify and sort per pre-established guidelines and any specific instructions you may have. Your paperwork will be returned to you within a short time frame – clean, organized and easy to use.
If a specific service is not listed that you might require, please contact me as it is difficult to list every possible service that could benefit your particular need as every situation is different.
I am also available for other support work such as data entry, online research and special projects, so please don’t hesitate to ask.
My work experience has revolved around Records Management in one way or another over the years. It is a natural fit for my abilities and mindset. My attention to detail has been vital for the tasks and assignments I have accomplished in a variety of business sectors. The positions I’ve held range from secretarial in a family owned business to management level in a mid-sized corporation in the energy industry. The last two companies I worked for required high levels of confidentiality regarding money issues, supervisory decisions and trouble shooting. Each work experience has challenged me, trained me and has been invaluable in fine tuning my skills in organization.
I established No Detail Too Small to offer my services to individuals or small business owners who need someone to step in and help them organize, maintain or complete a project when they are short on time or the task is too daunting while they need to focus on other important tasks.
My passion is to help people who have lost a parent, or family member and find themselves looking at piles of paperwork with no idea of where to start. I have personally experienced multiple situations within my own family of helping an aging family member with their financial affairs; also attending to matters after the death of a parent. One situation involved paying bills and keeping records up to date when that family member could no longer handle the details. Another situation involved going through 6 years of mail, loose papers, magazines and miscellaneous paperwork scattered throughout the house when the family member went into a nursing home. My experiences have taught me that it is vital to take the time to sort and organize as important documents and accounts can be easily missed when the family is dealing with the trauma and emotions of a death or illness.
“Michelle was my employee for in excess of 10 years in a job that required the utmost attention to detail. I found her extremely dependable with an eye for every detail in a world full of paper and legal technicalities. If you want organization, efficiency and dependability along with a huge dose of caring concern, Michelle is your lady.”
-- LO --
"After my husband's heart attack the insurance forms and statements were overwhelming! I didn't have the time or energy to keep all my documents straight. I contacted Michelle and she was so helpful and professional that it allowed me to focus more on my husband's healing and less on paperwork.”
-- ES --
“Events necessitated that my father enter a nursing home and begin cancer treatment with only a few days notice. We knew he would not be able to return to his home. Property needed to be sold and assets needed to be accounted for so we knew what resources he had for his care. Michelle helped us search for and find titles, financial statements, insurance forms, bills, etc. We found paper work in every room of the house and even in discarded junk mail. She opened every envelope, looked at every old greeting card, every magazine and piece of paper in the house. She sorted and organized items so we could take care of immediate liabilities and we knew what we had to work with for Dad's long term care.
The "drama" of Dad's illness and loss of independence was huge. Michelle's help let us focus on Dad. She was invaluable to our family.”
-- PB --
“Michelle was extremely instrumental in setting up the processes for my small business. From files to taxes and everything in between, her attention to details was invaluable. Her ability to research and identify what was necessary to keep the business on track was perfect.
Michelle experience and attention to details is just what I needed !!
-- Andy Cremisino --
President, Integrity Installations, Inc.