Richard  Watts

Richard Watts

As personal advisor and legal counsel to the super wealthy, Richard Watts spends his workdays within the castle walls of America’s most successful families. Called on to guide his clients through some of the most intimate and difficult decisions they have to make, his primary passion is conveying the wisdoms of life through his practice, lectures, and writings. Richard is the founder and President of Family Business Office®, a legal and consulting firm in Orange County, California, and is a published author of Fables of Fortune: What Rich People Have That You Don’t Want and Entitlemania: How Not to Spoil Your Kids, and What to Do If You Have.

Richard writes for and contributes to numerous publications including Forbes, CNBC, Variety Magazine, The Globe & Mail, The Huffington Post, OC Register, Money Magazine, The Guardian, Money Watch, and The Washington Times. He has appeared on CBS, ABC, KTLA, and multiple times on NPR. Richard speaks internationally on the effects of wealth on parenting and the American family.

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Richard Watts joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how to think about leaving your children less than they might have expected.
Richard Watts joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how to minimize the chances of having entitled children, including telling them “No.”