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BeyondtheGrave_Jeffrey_Condon (1)The magazine the New York Times calls Beyond the Grave “an Acquisitions Bible for public and school librarians nationwide,” is the review journal of the American Library Association. It recommends works of fiction, nonfiction, children’s books, reference books, and media to its 30,000 institutional and personal subscribers. In-house editors and contributing reviewers from around the country review more than 7,500 books each year, most before publication
“The reader-friendly book deals with everything…It thus behooves a parent with no plan for a coffer in his coffin to pay attention… To find out what the authors have to say about the most common squabbles and conflicts that occur when parents die and children divide the inheritance, read Beyond the Grave, while you still have time to put its wisdom to use, that is.”
- Saturday Evening Post
“With good sense, humor, and authority, the authors provide a through look at inheritance planning with an eye toward maintaining good, stable family relations well after the estate has been settled. Presenting more scenarios than a season full of made-for-television movies, the authors consider the psychological and emotional aspects of leaving and inheriting money”
- Booklist

“If you have a family you love, poured your soul in building a business, and hate the idea of seeing the lion’s share of your estate go to the taxman, you can not afford to die without reading Beyond the Grave.” –
Lou Richman, Fortune