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Anne Lamott is one of America's great treasures...always honest. sometimes funny. sometimes poignant. always worth the read. This one had a few more stories included than her usual fare but provocative throughout. Her Christian faith perspective always shines but always challenges the reader to look at life differently. Oh how we need a dose of that today!
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Seriously. Even if you're in your invulnerable 20s, accidents happen. My family had to deal with a brother who died with no will, and it took a long time to straighten stuff out.
There is no better or more comprehensive tool for creating a will and attendant documents, including instructions for your survivors, than WillMaker. Sure, you can find forms on the Internet for most of these things (will, power of attorney, medical power of attorney, living will, etc) but if your time is worth anything to you, just buy this package and save a few hours.
New this year is a section in the instructions to survivors concerning digital assets. You can, if you want, tell them where to find your passwords for email accounts and online banking and such.
The software is very nicely done, and guides you through creating and printing all the documents. Docs print with instructions on how to get them signed and what needs to be notarized and so on.
The only drawback is that Nolo makes each edition obsolete in about 18 months, and requires you to pay for an update.
But if you want to handle these important end of life matters ahead of time, and your situation isn't very unusual, and if you don't live in Louisiana, you can't go wrong.
Buy this now, prepare the documents, and spare your survivors a lot of trouble and expense.
I am delighted to discover a wonder writer who is new to me. There are not many authors, anymore, whose works I can not put down. At this point Greg Iles and Niki French are about it, until I purchased "Never Knowing," by Stevens. I could not put it down, and rushed right online to purchase anything else by her. I found 'Still Missing," and was not disappointed. I could not put this one down either. I was surprised at the outcome, and kept turning the pages, right to the end. I had bought this volume to take to Florida on vacation, and could not stand not to get it read before I leave! I like the way the story is told through "Nadine," the psychiatrist. I like psychological thrillers, and this one certainly fits the bill. I am now eagerly awaiting Chevy Stevens next book!