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About Wills & Estates
Written by a father/son legal team with over 70 years’ experience counseling real people in real situations, this short, easy-to-read book cuts through the legal mumbo jumbo
- Use Wills and estate planning to preserve and pass on wealth to loved ones
- Make the most of insurance and retirement benefits
- Get ready financially for marriage, divorce, or remarriage
- Promote family welfare and harmony
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A Harvard-trained lawyer and former McKinsey & Company consultant, Zafft writes EthicsTalk, a nationally syndicated business-ethics advice column distributed through American Cities Business Journals. A frequent speaker and commentator on ethics, business, and public policy, he also teaches Business Ethics at Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis. In addition to McKinsey & Company, Zafft has 25+ years of real-world experience as a private-equity principal, partner in a global law firm, Team Leader for Tony Blair Associates, and Senior Corporate Governance Expert for the OECD.
About Gene Zafft
Gene Zafft, a member of the Missouri bar, has taught Estate Planning in the Graduate Tax Program at Washington University School of Law for 45 years. A recognized expert in the field of Trusts & Estates, Zafft has over 50 years of private-practice experience as a principal in the St. Louis tax, family-business and real-estate firm of Rosenblum, Goldenhersh, Silverstein & Zafft, PC.