- The Washington Times - Sunday, May 19, 2002


• "Family Money: Using Wills, Trusts, Life Insurance and Other Financial Planning Tools to Leave the Things You Own to the People You Love," by James Walsh, Silver Lake Publishing, 2002. This book uses case studies and key interviews to show what people must do, and what they cannot do, if they want to leave money to heirs.

• "Beyond the Grave: The Right Way and the Wrong Way of Leaving Money to Your Children (and Others), by Gerald M. Condon and Jeffrey L. Condon, HarperCollins, 2001. The authors incorporate human nature into the inheritance equation the family issues, problems and conflicts that arise.


• National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, 1604 N. Country Club Road, Tucson, AZ 85716. Phone: 520/881-4005. Web site: www.naela.com. This nonprofit association assists lawyers, bar organizations and others who work with older clients and their families. It provides a resource of information, education, networking and assistance to those who must deal with the issues involved with legal services to the elderly and disabled.

• AARP, 601 E St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20049. Phone: 800/424-3410. Web site: www.aarp.org. AARP is a nonprofit membership organization for those older than 50 and offers professional services, resources and self-help guides.


• The estate-planning Web site (www.estateplanninglinks.com), which is maintained by a North Carolina lawyer, offers a wealth of information for consumers, including links to estate-planning, elder-law, tax and related Web sites.

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