Top critical review
not worth the money
Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2017
After seeing / hearing the author on TV, I had high hopes for this book. Just maybe I could get some ideas to help with estate problems /living together agreements for the older generation. which are certainly different from a couple starting out in their 20s. Instead, Love & Money seemsto be a "paid political announcement" to drum up business for lawyers. It is geared to young people by suggesting they make a pre-nup, post-nup, living together agreement or whatever to outline everything they want in a perfect life; Everything from weight management to dealing with pet peeves to spending habits. Sorry, but I don't think life works that way in most instances.
The first half makes some good points for having an estate plan, but all (supposedly) need to be handled by an attorney. The second half is pure fluff and gibberish talking about internal roadblocks to wealth such as nutrition and stress.
(in my opinion) most of the authors ideas on estate planning can be given a bit of credence, but not everyone can or will want to run to their nearby attorney and fork over thousands for a trust or love contract. And, the author, as an attorney, gives no help to keep matters in your own hands.