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For this episode of the Caffeinated Thoughts Podcast, our host, Shane Vander Hart, discusses dealing with death and planning for death with Jennifer Gumbel, a Christian attorney in southern Minnesota who dubs herself the “Dave Ramsey of death.”

She earned a B.A. in political science and German studies from the University of Minnesota, and her J.D. from Drake University. She also holds a degree from the Association Free Lutheran Bible School. Gumbel handles estate planning, probate, real estate, and business entities for a law firm in Austin, Minn. She is a frequent presenter on the topic of estate planning and death with a passion to inform people on the process of managing and distributing property after a death and how to best organize their affairs to make the process as smooth as possible for their loved ones.

Gumbel discusses death and estate planning on her website “An Organized (after)Life.”

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