Dividing an estate fairly may sound easy, but in fact very few people know how to do it. Because of this, an event that should be dedicated to remembering the good times and paying honor to the deceased often becomes a time of strife and divisiveness, resulting in bad feelings that can sometimes last a lifetime. Now, there is a resource that helps to avoid such conflicts. 'The Settlement Guide' provides clear, useful advice about how to divide the family estate of the deceased parents in a fair and peaceful manner.
Angie Epting Morris graduated from the University of Georgia in 1968 with a BS degree in geography and majored in cartography. This led to employment as a professional cartographer for the Department of Agriculture in Washington, D.C., in 1969. After marrying in 1972, she made her home in Evans, Georgia, outside of Augusta, and raised two sons. Angie taught high school English and geography for three years before opening a retail travel agency in Augusta. She also eventually opened a state accredited travel school to train travel industry personnel, which she operated simultaneously with the agency. These experiences added to her qualification as a teacher. She has become recognised as an expert on how to settle an estate peacefully and fairly.