Therapeutic jurisprudence and dying

In a new article Mark Glover observes how estate planning is so much more than visiting a lawyer and executing a will...  Contemporary estate planning employs various will substitutes, such as life insurance, revocable trusts, and payable-on-death contracts, to transfer the client’s property upon death. Because estate planning, including the use of will substitutes, requires the … Continue reading Therapeutic jurisprudence and dying