The PROCRASTINATOR'S GUIDE TO WILLS and ESTATE PLANNING
There are two types of people when it comes to estate planning: those who recognize the need and wish to put their estate in order without undue delay, and those who are continually telling themselves that they'll begin planning tomorrow or the day after that. Regardless of which type you are, attorney Eric Matlin’s e-book, The Procrastinator's Guide to Wills & Estate Planning 2.0, is a valuable resource. The original version of The Procrastinator's Guide to Wills & Estate Planning was published in 2004 by the New American Library division of Penguin Group, USA.
The Procrastinator's Guide to Wills & Estate Planning was written to help the procrastinator in all of us develop an estate plan. It is intended to help you prepare your estate plan and relieve the worry that comes from not knowing whether your family is secure.
Eric Matlin is an experienced lawyer who concentrates his practice on estate planning. He has helped thousands of people in the Chicago area to resolve large, small, simple and complex issues involving their estates. In addition to authoring this book, Eric has also published numerous articles on estate planning topics and is available for public speaking.
The 2.0 version of The Procrastinator's Guide to Wills & Estate Planning was updated a couple of years after the original publication, but not since 2006-2007. The estate tax chapter, in particular, is out-of-date. Instead of spending time updating The Procrastinator's Guide to Wills & Estate Planning, Eric devotes his time to practicing law and is currently finishing his new book Not Dead Yet (Tie Up Loose Ends While You Can Still Make a Knot). He has approximately 250 pages written and NDY will be published sometime in 2012.
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