We understand that a huge piece of the end-of-life planning puzzle is writing your Will. That is why we found these top 5 Will writing books for you to reference.
These books are suggested by our experts, attorney Robert L. Shepard and author and writers Susan Lieberman and Nancy Rust.
#1: Death, Dying and Dessert by Susan Lieberman
In Susan Lieberman’s new book, Death, Dying and Dessert. Reflections on Twenty Questions about Dying, the seduction of denial is acknowledged. Susan makes a compelling case for the calming powers of organization, information, and reflection. Leading readers to think, to talk, to act.
#2: Creating the Good Will by Elizabeth Arnold
According to Arnold’s book, “Creating the Good Will”, there is a “good” and “bad” Will and it is important to know the difference.
#3: Wills & Trusts Kit for Dummies by Aaron Larson
Who doesn’t love the book series for Dummies? This particular book provides a standardized, simplified and detailed approach to explaining the details of how to write a Will and create a Trust.
#4: The Ethical Will Writing Guide Workbook by Barry K. Baines, M.D.
This book is easy-to-read and well-written. Baines provides an instructional and understandable guide for how-to write a will.
#5: Get It Together: Organize Your Records So Your Family Won’t Have To by Melanie Cullen
Straightforward title for a straightforward book. Although comprehensive in nature, Cullen focuses on personalization and organization as the goal for getting your affairs in order for a positive end-of-life.
There is a predisposition in most of us that we don’t need to plan for death. Fearing death and avoiding the thought is typically the case.
If you could plan for a smooth transition at the end of your life and help our loved ones cope with your passing, wouldn’t you take advantage? The fact is, you can.
Get in touch with end-of-life resources and live with a peace of mind that you’ve taken care of your loved ones even after you left them.