The Wealth of Your Life:
A Step-by-Step Guide for Creating Your Ethical Will


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What’s new about the fourth edition? In the same lucid format, there are even more prompts, questions, and helpful examples, all embedded in easy to follow steps. There’s no better starting point to get thoughts and experiences down – whether the aim is to create a short ethical will, or to launch a memoir or personal  history.

The best tool on the market

An elegantly designed spiral bound guidebook provides an excellent overview of the concept of a legacy letter, and lays out a comfortable, five-step path for creation of a written document or recording.

Use it to:

  • Weigh a range of potential material and find your own focus
  • Identify stories,  threads and themes to weave into your personal legacy document
  • Develop an outline from which your document or recording can flow
  • Feel the satisfaction and peace of mind that comes from creating an enduring message to those you love
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This is a visually stunning book with immense heart.  It manages to be both inspirational and practical at the same time.  Susan Turnbull has succeeded in crafting the perfect guide to one of the most loving acts we can do for our family – creating an ethical will.  I recommend it highly to families I work with.

Dr. James Grubman, FamilyWealth Consulting

The Wealth of Your Life is both a beautiful and pragmatic guide to ethical wills.  Creating an ethical will is deeply personal, and many have “writer’s block” that stops them from completing this important process.  Susan’s step by step instructions remove the road blocks, and will allow you to share a legacy your family will cherish forever.

Carolyn McClanahan, M.D., CFP®, Life Planning Partners, Inc.

Susan Turnbull has created a powerful guide that can help anyone discover the meaning within their life. To write an Ethical Will is to embark on a journey into the heart of what makes us uniquely human.

Rev. Tim Kutzmark, Reading, MA