Candid conversation about grief. Beginners welcome.
Don’t Call Sheryl Sandberg a Widow
By Rebecca Soffer
Modern Loss speaks with the Facebook COO about micro-stepping her way through grief, 'Option B,' and how she approaches those painful trigger holidays.
The Wills Party
By Shmuly Yanklowitz
My wife and I thought finalizing our wills was a good reason to have a party. Here’s why.
Wills and Grace
By Polly Dugan
The long-delayed process of drafting my will was even more painful than I expected. We don’t really need this, I kept thinking. Doing a will is for other people. People who die.
What I Thought About When I Heard About Sheryl Sandberg’s Loss
By Deborah Copaken
The Facebook exec befriended me four years ago. Her husband's sudden death had me considering my friend's broken heart — and my own damaged one.
Leaning In, My Way
By Shannon Sarna
I dove into back into work after my daughter was born. As a motherless mother, I soon realized I'd made the wrong choice.
By Robin Epstein and Amy E. Feldman
Left out of someone’s will? Our legal eagles explain whether or not you have recourse. (Hint: the "I'm sure I just slipped his mind" rationale won't fly.)
The Legal Top 10
By Michael L. Landsman, Esq. and Jennifer Kouzi, Esq.
Be careful what you sign, assemble an advisory team and other lawyerly dos and don'ts for the grieving.
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