Edward Mendlowitz Releases 'Getting Your Affairs in Order'
In "Getting Your Affairs in Order: How to arrange things to simplify your life so that others can easily pick up where you left off" (published by iUniverse), author Edward Mendlowitz's new personal finance book, readers learn how to de-clutter their life, what happens if they die without a will, the uses and purposes of essential trusts, the responsibilities of trustees and executors, how to provide protection if they become incapacitated and much, much more.
"My book helps simplify the planning for your will and ultimate demise," says Mendlowitz, "and assuring what you want accomplished, to be accomplished."
Readers join the author as he imparts a lifetime of knowledge about finance and the financial world to them though the use of simple language and easy-to-follow steps. As readers progress through the book, they will be able to ascertain the correct way to go about securing their financial affairs in this world and when they pass.
"I want the reader to be able to plan their affairs so that there will be no fighting within the family after they die and that their affairs will be settled without added bother, costs or unnecessary delays," says Mendlowitz. "There is also great personal comfort knowing that their wishes are provided for and affairs are in order."
An excerpt from "Getting Your Affairs in Order":
"Arranging affairs is difficult because life interferes with a lot of 'wish I could do's' or 'need to do's.' This book will lay out things you can do in an easy way to follow. The consequences of not following certain rules and, where applicable, laws are illustrated. For example, everyone has a will. It is either a will you cause to be written or the default will the state imposes on your estate. Neglecting doing something does not eliminate the need but rather says you prefer the way the state will dispose of your assets and that you won't mind the added costs, bother and time because you won't be around anyway."