By Byron Moore, posted July 10, 2017
Originally published in the News Star and the Shreveport Times on Sunday, July 9, 2017.
Q: I own land that I used to farm, as well as a business that I’m in with a couple of my children. Since my wife died, our family has been kind of fractured. Long story. I’m worried that when I make out a will, I’m going to make somebody mad and I don’t want to make anyone madder than they already are. What do you suggest?
A: I recently played my first round of golf. Ever.
I texted a friend whom I knew would be interested (actually, I figured he’d double over in laughter). He texted me back this sage advice, “Don’t despair if you are playing horribly. It’s always possible to play worse.”