For some people, drawing up a will and dividing up assets is a relatively straight-forward process. But for others, there are distinct and difficult decisions to be made, often because they have the good fortune of having substantial assets to consider. In a newly published article in The Atlantic, philosopher Martha Nussbaum and law professor Saul Levmore, both of the University of Chicago, strike up a conversation about ethical and practical considerations when giving out your money, either during your lifetime or once you’ve died. The talk covers such topics as motivation for giving, how best to do good, how to consider the needs of your children, and other challenging concerns. As you do your year-end taxes, you may find their comments thought-provoking and intriguing. So sharpen your pencil, and take a peak at their arguments Here. And if dividing up your assets among your children is posing concerns for you, take a look at expert advice about how to make such decisions Here.