Ethical Will Writing Workshop with Barbara L. Morgenstern, Attorney at Law

Barbara Morgenstern is a past president of the Greater Cincinnati Women Lawyers Assn. Before law school, Barbara worked as a newspaper reporter at The Cincinnati Post. She also taught media law and newswriting and reporting for a decade at Miami University of Ohio. Barbara has extensive experience in many forms of nonfiction writing, including Memoir Writing.

No experience necessary.  You only can do it right.

One-Day Workshop — $75
Enrollment limited to 10 Participants
Workbook Provided / Tuition Assistance Available
Monday, July 29 @ 9 AM – 4 PM (we will break for lunch)

Two-Day Workshop — $75
Enrollment limited to 10 Participants
Workbook Provided / Tuition Assistance Available

Wednesday & Thursday, July 31 & August 1 @ 7 – 9 PM

A commentator noted, “Legal Wills bequeath valuables; Ethical Wills bequeath values.”

With biblical roots some 3000 years old, an Ethical Will is a nonlegal document that provides what you want your loved ones to know and to understand. Examples include:

  • What we hold as precious and meaningful at our core
  • The values we have treasured
  • The people who have shown us the way
  • How our mistakes shaped and enlivened us
  • The great questions we have asked in our lives
  • The answers we have discovered

The New York Times noted that Ethical Wills are “a way to counter the cold legalese of wills and trusts…an Ethical Will says who I am…even sometimes helping soothe ruffled feathers when dispensing family assets.” (NYT 10/31/14)

CLICK HERE for examples

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Questions :  b@mymemoirgroup.com