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You Can Be Creative With Your Will or Trust There were many mistakes and pitfalls with Philip Seymour Hoffman's estate (including no estate tax planning and his failure to use a revocable living trust, as we discuss in our article). But, Hoffman
Testamentary trust A testamentary trust is created in your will and takes effect upon your death. The assets relating to a testamentary trust form part of your estate, so they are subject to any estate fees or taxes that apply . The trust can be
Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford, P.C...Mr. Filice is a life-long Montgomery County resident and a local graduate of Souderton Area High School. Managing Partner Marc Robert Steinberg, states, "We are extremely pleased to have John as a partner.
Recently, Paul Walker's father filed to open the estate, including Walker's Last Will and Testament, which you can read here: Read Paul Walker's Will . It sheds some interesting information about the Paul Walker Estate and highlights some valuable
Glassman began her career with Kwik Shop in 1998 and has held the position of manager at three Hutchinson locations, including one of the company's busiest stores, No...Glassman will continue to reside in Hutchinson. "I am excited about the wealth of
If you think you do not need an estate plan, you may wish to rethink that position. Many Oregonians mistakenly believe that estate plans are only for the wealthy. With the recent change to estate tax laws -- bumping the exclusion amount over $5
Contrast that number with the current US population of more than 316 million people and that's not a lot of specialists...Advanced Certificate in International Succession and Probate an honor bestowed only on graduates with the highest test grades.
Attorney Mary Roque will discuss estate plans, wills, trusts, and inexpensive ways to protect one's assets, as well as answer questions from the audience about elder-law issues. To sign up for a free 20-minute consultation, visit the senior center or
December 13, 2013 Updated 51 minutes ago Andy Heinz and Brian Hansen will merge their estate planning practice with another local law firm. Heinz and Hansen will join Barron Smith Daugert's established estate planning practice on Wednesday, Jan. 1.
There's even an element of superstition that talking about bad things will cause them to happen. But while having these conversations takes a lot of courage, they can help avoid surprises, lead to better financial planning and promote family harmony.