Recommended Reading for Estate Planners (and their Clients)


Many estate planning and elder law blogs have recommended this book and for good reason.   I think it stands a good chance of changing the way estate planners think about their clients  (not to mention how doctors think about their patients) and can be a helpful way to get clients to really think and plan for their long term care and end of life.  If you haven’t read Being Mortal, read it.   You need to read it.

About Smilie G. Rogers

Smilie is an elder law, estate planning, probate, and tax attorney at Brennan & Rogers, PLLC, with offices in York and Kennebunk, Maine. See Licensed to practice law in Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire and licensed, but inactive, in Virginia. Smilie is also the founder of New England Estate Planning, see, a fledgling website with the stated purpose of sharing legal knowledge and know-how, including automated forms, with and among estate planning lawyers.
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