Estate planning is a complicated process. Aside from the practical financial aspects, you often must wade through an emotional quagmire when deciding how best to protect your family and leave a lasting legacy. Questions naturally arise. What is fair in estate planning? How should you choose your beneficiaries?
A financial analyst won’t be able to help you answer these questions, but a sociologist can. This is the experience Ruth Dixon-Mueller brings to her new guide to “passing on.”