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CLE on Planning with Portability – Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog

The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2013 (ATRA) has given portability its permanence. Portability requires additional review and revision of estate plans by counsel that some clients may resist. Are you prepared to listen to your clients’ concerns, work within their legal budgets, and provide the appropriate guidance? … Read more: CLE on Planning with Portability…

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PLR Ruling on Charitable Trust – Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog

Charity Recently, the IRS issued a private letter ruling that held that a proposed grant to a charitable trust would not affect the tax-exempt status of the foundation. A private non- operating foundation was requesting a grant to a charitable trust … Read more: PLR Ruling on Charitable Trust – Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog

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CLE on Advanced Estate Planning – Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog

Stay current on the latest new legislation, regulations, rulings, and cases in estate planning law in 2013 with this popular quarterly video webcast! This advanced CLE program will discuss important recent developments and … Read more: CLE on Advanced Estate Planning – Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog

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CLE on Planning with Portability – Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog

The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2013 (ATRA) has given portability its permanence. Portability requires additional review and revision of estate plans by counsel that some clients may resist. Are you prepared to listen to your clients’ concerns, work within their legal budgets, and provide the appropriate guidance? … Read more: CLE on Planning with Portability…

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“A good definition of family” | Amy Rees Anderson's Blog

As I mentioned yesterday we were able to Skype with our son Dalton and it was the happiest day ever. Today Dalton sent an email to our family and his friends and in that letter he shared something that was worth sharing ,,, Read more: “A good definition of family” | Amy Rees Anderson’s Blog

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Article on Probate Definition of Family | Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog

The UPC and statutes in all states provide default rules that direct the distribution of property when a person dies with probate property and without a will. The default rules–intestacy statutes–give the decedent’s property to members of the decedent’s family, following rigid relationship rules … Read more: Article on Probate Definition of Family | Wills, Trusts…

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