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Estate Planning Keeping Raiders in Davis Family

If you were to make a list of the most influential owners in the history of expert football Al Davis would

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Action Required: Portability

The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (ATRA) extended and made permanent (i.e., up until Congress alters its

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Charitable Remainder Unitrust-- What Are They

Unitrusts are basic trusts with a trustee and monetary disbursements to the recipients with an included distinction

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Objecting to a Trust

While lots of people have heard of contesting a will, a trust might also be objected to in particular

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Present Giving, Medicaid, and the Estate Tax

A lot is said about the complexities of estate planning, but in the end it is a relatively easy matter.The point is

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Estate Planning for the Modern Family

In a time when the conventional extended family has actually moved to a more intricate structure with numerous

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A3-- What is Living Probate?

When we pass away, our property typically goes through probate-- a process where the courts read our Will (if we

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Online Legacies

It utilized to be that your only option for leaving a legacy was selecting a serious marker, hoping for an obituary

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Household Limited Partnerships and Divorce: Structuring the Department

Family Limited Collaborations can provide special challenges in divorce litigation relative to the department of

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History and Introduction of the Federal Estate Tax

The federal estate tax is defined by the Irs as a tax on the right to move property at death. The tax is imposed on

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