Review of Reviews: “Memento Mori: Death and Wills,” 14 Wyoming L. Rev. 211 (2014)

Review of Reviews: “Memento Mori: Death and Wills,” 14 Wyoming L. Rev. 211 (2014)

Karen J. Sneddon, associate professor of law at Mercer Law School in Macon, Ga.

While the process of estate planning should, by its very nature, include the contemplation of our mortality and personal legacy, it often doesn’t. In fact, despite modern society’s general fascination with death and affinity for all things macabre—like zombies and vampires—the personal estate-planning process and documents, such as wills, oft

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