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Sykes Elder Blawg

Sykes Elder Blawg

Covers medicaid planning, special needs trusts and estate planning topics for Pennsylvania seniors and their families. By Andrew G. Sykes.

http://www.elderlawofpgh.com/blog/
  • May 27

    Same-Sex Marriages Recognized for Inheritance and Transfer Tax Purpose

    Same-Sex Marriages Recognized for Inheritance and Transfer Tax Purpose
    Couples in same-sex marriages are entitled to the same favorable tax treatment as other married couples, for purposes of inheritance and transfer tax in Pennsylvania, according to a bulletin issued by the Department of Revenue. The…
  • May 26

    Attorney fees in probate: how do Pennsylvania lawyers charge?

    Attorney fees in probate: how do Pennsylvania lawyers charge?
    For many reasons, executors are well advised to use legal counsel to help them navigate through the probate process, look for tax savings, and make sure everything is done properly. How lawyers charge varies from state to state. This blog…
  • Apr 1

    Questions asked and answered from our last workshop!

    Questions asked and answered from our last workshop!
    I have elderly parents with modest assets. Is it possible to protect any of those assets? What is the financial impact of parents moving into my home for care? Do I have liability as their Power of Attorney? Is it possible to use Veterans…
Rank this Week: 3384

Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof…

Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog

By Gerry W. Beyer.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/trusts_estates_prof/
  • May 27

    Article On Minimizing Probate-Error Risk

    Article On Minimizing Probate-Error Risk
    Mark Glover (Assistant Professor of Law, University of Wyoming) recently published an article entitled, Minimizing Probate-Error Risk, 49 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform (Forthcoming 2016). Provided below is an excerpt from the…
  • May 27

    Hamptons Judge Accused Of Siphoning Fees From Estate

    Hamptons Judge Accused Of Siphoning Fees From Estate
    The estate of Frances Coles' was battled over years before her death due, in no small part, to the wealth she possessed. Numerous individuals looked to worm their way into her confidence and take what ever they could. But it...
  • May 27

    Man Thought Dead Wakes Up On Way To Morgue

    Man Thought Dead Wakes Up On Way To Morgue
    A Wisconsin man was declared dead at his home when paramedics arrived and found him cold to the touch with the appearance rigor mortis having set in. But something unexpected happened on the way to the morgue, his leg and...
Rank this Week: 55

Parman & Easterday Blog

Parman & Easterday Blog

Covers elder law and estate planning.

http://www.parmanlaw.com/blog/
  • May 27

    Oklahoma Medicaid Planning: What Can the Healthy Spouse Keep?

    Oklahoma Medicaid Planning: What Can the Healthy Spouse Keep?
    Oklahoma Medicaid Planning: What Can the Healthy Spouse Keep? from Larry Parman Most senior citizens will eventually need help with their day-to-day needs Long-term care is extremely expensive, and Medicare will not assist with these…
  • May 19

    Test Form

    Test Form
    Submit your name and email address in the box below to get access to this very important FREE REPORT!
  • Apr 27

    Basic Questions About Oklahoma Adoption

    Basic Questions About Oklahoma Adoption
    Some people are surprised to find out that Oklahoma adoptions generally fall under the provision of an Oklahoma probate court. As with other legal processes, adoptions have specific rules and procedures that must be followed. Oklahoma laws…
Rank this Week: 3925

Murphy's Law Blog

Murphy's Law Blog

Covers elder law, estate planning and probate. By Noreen Murphy.

http://www.noreenmurphylaw.com/blog/
  • May 27

    “Middle Age” Now Begins at 60

    “Middle Age” Now Begins at 60
    When are you “old”? Once upon a time, the most popular answer to that question was 50. Some said 55, 60, or 65… but almost everyone agreed that by the time you hit the big 7-0, you were anything but a spring chicken. Well…
  • May 20

    Nursing Homes Replacing Hospitals for Primary Senior Care

    Nursing Homes Replacing Hospitals for Primary Senior Care
    We always hear about the rising number of Americans who turn to hospitals (particularly Emergency Rooms) as their primary source of healthcare. Likewise, we hear a lot about the constantly rising costs of nursing homes in America —…
  • May 13

    10 Ways to Live Longer (And They’re Easier Than You Think)

    10 Ways to Live Longer (And They’re Easier Than You Think)
    I write a lot in this blog about the ever-expanding lifespan of the average American, and much of that is thanks to truly incredible developments in medical science over the past few years. But living longer can be a personal victory too.…
Rank this Week: 4021

Idaho Estate Planning

Idaho Estate Planning

Covers estate planning, elder law, veterans benefits and special needs trusts. By Mark E. Wight.

http://idahoestateplanning.typepad.com/idaho_estate_planning/
  • May 27

    Idaho Estate Planning - Leaving Your Estate to the State of Idaho?

    Idaho Estate Planning - Leaving Your Estate to the State of Idaho?
    In the United States, the law is basically the same with one big exception. If no relative is found the estate does not go to the British Crown, but rather it passes to the state in which the estate property is located.
  • May 26

    Idaho Estate Planning - Don't Forget Your Digital Accounts in Your Estate Plan

    Idaho Estate Planning - Don't Forget Your Digital Accounts in Your Estate Plan
    Since most digital accounts require passwords for access, it is no surprise that these accounts can be almost impossible to open when their owner passes away – especially if they were not included in the owner’s estate plan.
  • May 22

    Idaho Elder Law - Long Term Care for Veterans & Their Spouse

    Idaho Elder Law - Long Term Care for Veterans & Their Spouse
    Soldier with FlagMany wartime veterans and their surviving spouses are currently receiving long-term care or will need some type of long-term care in the near future. The Veterans Administration has funds that are available to help pay for…
Rank this Week: 1324

Western New York Elder Law Blog

Western New York Elder Law Blog

Covers New York estate planning, probate, elder law and health care issues. By Dutcher & Zatkowsky.

http://www.dutcher-zatkowsky.com
  • May 27

    Story Of Frugal Vermont Man Offers Lesson

    Story Of Frugal Vermont Man Offers Lesson
    Did you read the story of Ronald Read, a gas station attendant and janitor in Vermont who died recently at age 92 with an estate worth $8 million? Read was able to accumulate all that wealth because he lived frugally and invested wisely, in…
  • May 20

    You May Be Able To Deduct Some Estate Planning Cost

    You May Be Able To Deduct Some Estate Planning Cost
    Are estate planning costs allowed to be deducted? View image | gettyimages.com According to a column on lowellsun.com, some are. It says the IRS allows deduction of your legal fees and costs, but only if the estate planning is related to…
  • May 13

    Is Older Really Wiser?

    Is Older Really Wiser?
    Some mental facilities truly do get better with age. View image | gettyimages.com Sure, older people do tend to know more than younger people — they’ve been alive longer. They score better on vocabulary tests and do better on…
Rank this Week: 4678

CEB blog

CEB blog

Covers practice tips and new legal developments of particular interest to California legal professionals. The CEB blog covers a wide range of practice areas from estate planning to civil litigation, along with posts relating to the practice of law generally.

http://blog.ceb.com
  • May 27

    Develop a Routine: Stock Questions to Ask in Every Deposition

    Develop a Routine: Stock Questions to Ask in Every Deposition
    Every case is different, but there are some questions you should ask in most every deposition. Know your routine questions and use them. Every attorney should develop a list of stock questions and ask them of most deposition witnesses. Here…
  • May 20

    Don’t Dodge—Defuse: Use Your Opening Statement to Handle Problem Area

    Don’t Dodge—Defuse: Use Your Opening Statement to Handle Problem Area
    Almost every case has problems—sometimes they are analogous to bombs waiting to drop on your case. The key is whether you show them to the jury and simultaneously defuse them, or whether the opposition drops them with glee. One of the…
  • May 18

    What If the Ex-Spouse Hits the Jackpot?

    What If the Ex-Spouse Hits the Jackpot?
    A couple gets divorced and one is ordered to pay spousal support to the other. But then the one getting support hits the lottery, inherits a lot of money, or has some other financial windfall. Is the support payer off the hook? Here’s…
Rank this Week: 1854

Anderson, Dorn & Rader, Ltd. Blog

Anderson, Dorn & Rader, Ltd. Blog

Covers estate planning, probate and living trusts in Nevada.

http://www.wealth-counselors.com/blog/
  • May 27

    Free Report: Importance of Life Insurance in Nevada Estate Planning

    Free Report: Importance of Life Insurance in Nevada Estate Planning
    Creating a comprehensive estate plan is one of the most important things you can do to protect the future of your loved ones. An appropriate plan allows you to remain in control of your finances, including how they are distributed, while…
  • May 20

    Nevada Standby Guardianship Law

    Nevada Standby Guardianship Law
    There is a unique area of guardianship law referred to as “standby” or “pre-need” guardianship, which allows for the special transfer of child custody in specific situations.  Each state has its own…
  • May 6

    Estate Planning After a Divorce

    Estate Planning After a Divorce
    When couples go through a divorce, emotional and financial strain is often significant.  Estate planning is probably the last thing on either person’s mind.  Nevertheless, it is very important to revisit your estate plan after…
Rank this Week: 3942

Sanders Law Firm Blog

Sanders Law Firm Blog

Covers North Carolina law.

http://www.kirksanderslaw.com/blog
  • May 27

    Post Judgment Collection NC Attorney

    Post Judgment Collection NC Attorney
    Tags: post-judgment collection NCcollection attorney ncSo you have a judgment against someone in North Carolina, now what? If it's an individual-debtor, this article is for you. If it's a corporation or LLC or business entity, then get a…
  • May 26

    Agricultural Liens in NC

    Agricultural Liens in NC
    Tags: agricultural lawyers ncagriculture attorneys NCWe represent and have been involved with a number of providers of seed and fertilizer. Agriculture liens are one way to secure goods & services provided. If you have an…
  • May 7

    Petiton to Sell Real Property NC

    Petiton to Sell Real Property NC
    Tags: petition to sell real property ncestate lawyer ncIf you are faced with an issue where an estate needs to sell real property or you are opposed to an estate selling real property to pay debts of an estate, read more from my…
Rank this Week: 2132

American Academy of Estate…

American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys Blog

Provides legal marketing and estate planning legal updates.

http://www.aaepa.com/articles/
  • May 27

    Ethics of Cloud Computing

    Ethics of Cloud Computing
    At our recent Academy Spring Summit, I had the pleasure to meet and listen to Jim McCauley, the Ethics Counsel for the Commonwealth of Virginia. Jim presented: Ethical Considerations in Cloud Computing. What is Cloud Computing? It is the use…
  • May 25

    The Impact of Caregiving on Adult Children Who Care for Their Parent

    The Impact of Caregiving on Adult Children Who Care for Their Parent
    As life expectancy continues to rise and medical costs increase, many adult children who take on the responsibility of caring for their aging parents are finding themselves faced with quite a dilemma. Because many simply don’t have the…
  • May 22

    Top 3 Estate Planning Must Have

    Top 3 Estate Planning Must Have
    Regardless of a family’s financial situation and assets, estate planning is an important matter that should be addressed ahead of time. While there is a common misconception that this is reserved only for the wealthy with a laundry list…
Rank this Week: 3922

Mendel Law Firm Blog

Mendel Law Firm Blog

Covers estate planning.

http://www.mendellawfirm.com/blog/
  • May 27

    International Marriages and Estate Planning

    International Marriages and Estate Planning
    Every year the world gets a little bit smaller. As travel between countries becomes easier, and businesses go global, and people from different countries mix much more than they did just a few decades ago. One consequence of the ever…
  • May 26

    Texas History – Do You Know When Women First Served as Jurors in Texas?

    Texas History – Do You Know When Women First Served as Jurors in Texas?
    On May 18, 1953, the Texas Legislature passed House Joint Resolution 16, which proposed an amendment to the Texas Constitution providing that qualification for service on a jury should “not be denied or abridged by reason of sex.”…
  • May 20

    Thought for the Day:

    Thought for the Day:
    What lies behind you and what lies in front of you, pales in comparison to what lies inside of you. Ralph Waldo Emerson
Rank this Week: 1869

North Carolina Estate Planning…

North Carolina Estate Planning Blog

Covers legal issues relating to wealth transfer, asset preservation, probate, and taxation. By Greg Herman-Giddens of Trust Counsel, P.A.

http://www.ncestateplanningblog.com/
  • May 27

    Covering Retirement v. Leaving Inheritance

    Covering Retirement v. Leaving Inheritance
    Expenses in senior years continue to be a concern for many Americans. As multiple studies show, most individuals do not maintain adequate retirement contributions. As the costs of long-term care (LTC) insurance policies and LTC costs rise,…
  • May 26

    Avoid a Will Dispute

    Avoid a Will Dispute
    An individual’s last will and testament might clearly reflect one’s wishes, but it does not prevent an estate dispute. Successfully contesting a will in North Carolina (and similarly in other states) requires evidence of certain…
  • May 25

    3 Reasons to Choose a Non-Family Trustee

    3 Reasons to Choose a Non-Family Trustee
    Creating a trust generally involves the intention of preserving assets for loved ones. Benefiting from a trust’s preservation might not be possible if the trust is not maintained properly. One of the many responsibilities of a trustee…
Rank this Week: 4636

Toronto Estate Law Blog

Toronto Estate Law Blog

Covers estate litigation, ethics, executors & trustees, succession planning and wills. Includes podcasts on estate and succession planning. By Hull & Hull.

http://estatelaw.hullandhull.com/
  • May 27

    Secret and Half-Secret Trust

    Secret and Half-Secret Trust
    On occasion, a testator may wish to keep the true beneficiary of a trust hidden from public scrutiny. Either a secret or half-secret trust may be created for this purpose. A secret trust is derived from 3 essential principles, namely: 1. the…
  • May 26

    Knowing Where to Begin

    Knowing Where to Begin
    In estates matters, geography can become a challenge.  The Estates Act provides at section 7 that an application for a certificate of appointment of estate trustee with respect to the will of a person resident in Ontario shall be filed…
  • May 24

    Estate Planning Considerations for Your TFSA

    Estate Planning Considerations for Your TFSA
    I recently came across an article titled TFSA Designations May Cause Estate Planning Problems written by Amin Mawani and published by Advisor.ca. The article highlights some important estate planning considerations for TFSA account holders.…
Rank this Week: 332

Northern California Center for…

Northern California Center for Estate Planning and Elder Law

Covers estate planning.

http://www.norcalplanners.com/blog/
  • May 26

    Do Assets in a Living Trust Get a Step-Up in Basis?

    Do Assets in a Living Trust Get a Step-Up in Basis?
    Before we get into the concept of the step-up in basis, we should explain some of the reasons why you may want to use a living trust as the centerpiece of your estate plan. First of all, you do not have to be afraid of the word…
  • May 26

    Probate in California: Basic Questions and Answer

    Probate in California: Basic Questions and Answer
    Probate in California: Basic Questions and Answers from Timothy Murphy After someone dies, you can begin a probate case by filing a petition with the local Superior Court clerk’s office The petition asks the court to start a new…
  • May 24

    What Is the Current State of Nursing Home Costs in California?

    What Is the Current State of Nursing Home Costs in California?
    Every person who is serious about the implementation of a plan for aging should take nursing home costs quite seriously. People often overlook the matter for two different reasons. For one, they assume that Medicare will pay for long-term…
Rank this Week: 2938

Purcell & Amen, L.L.C. Blog

Purcell & Amen, L.L.C. Blog

Covers elder law and estate planning.

http://yourestatematters.com/blog/
  • May 26

    Free Report: Missouri Estate Planning Basics – Components in an Estate Plan

    Free Report: Missouri Estate Planning Basics – Components in an Estate Plan
    You have undoubtedly heard how important it is to create an estate plan early on in life and update the plan as life events require. If you are finally getting around to creating your estate plan, however, you may be a bit intimidated by the…
  • May 25

    Top Five Reasons to Review and Revise Your Estate Plan Now

    Top Five Reasons to Review and Revise Your Estate Plan Now
    If you already have a comprehensive estate plan in place you are ahead of the majority of the people in the United States with regard to protecting yourself, your loved ones, and your assets; however, you cannot “rest on your…
  • May 13

    Estate Planning for Same-Sex Couple

    Estate Planning for Same-Sex Couple
    Member of the LGBT community, and those who support them, know what a battle it has been (and continues to be) to try and gain the legal right to marry and share in all the numerous benefits legal marriage offers. In recent years, those…
Rank this Week: 3036

NFA Gun Trust Lawyer Blog

NFA Gun Trust Lawyer Blog

Covers Class III weapons topics for all of the 50 states. By Law Office of David M. Goldman PLLC.

http://www.guntrustlawyer.com/
  • May 26

    ATF Moves date of 41P to December 2015

    ATF Moves date of 41P to December 2015
    ATF continues to let the date slide on a decision of when and how to implement 41P. DOJ/ATF RIN: 1140-AA43 Publication ID: Spring 2015 Title: Machine Guns, Destructive Devices and Certain Other Firearms; Background Checks for Responsible…
  • May 25

    Suppressors legal to use in MN Hunting with “silencers” legal on August 1st 2015

    Suppressors legal to use in MN Hunting with “silencers” legal on August 1st 2015
    Suppressors (Silencers) are now legal to own and hunting will be Legal in Minnesota (MN) as of August 1, 2015. On Friday, Governor Mark Dayton signed Senate File 878 into law, officially making Minnesota the 40th state to legalize the private…
  • May 18

    Supreme Court states: Felons Do Not Lose Property Right in Owned Firearm

    Supreme Court states: Felons Do Not Lose Property Right in Owned Firearm
    We have been telling people for years that a properly drafted gun trust can help protect your firearms in the event that you become a prohibited person in the future.  Today the Supreme Court came to a Unanimous Decisions supporting our…
Rank this Week: 1486

Kentucky Estate, Probate and Tax…

Kentucky Estate, Probate and Tax Law Blog

Covers estate planning and tax law. By English, Lucas, Priest & Owsley LLP.

http://www.mykentuckyestateattorney.com/
  • May 26

    The safest bet in town: the IRS wants a cut of your winning

    The safest bet in town: the IRS wants a cut of your winning
    By Nathan Vinson Attorney, English, Lucas, Priest & Owsley, LLP Ah, spring in Kentucky. If you automatically think of horse racing when you read that statement, you’re not alone – lots of folks do. It’s a great pastime…
  • May 14

    Reboot your tax planning for 2015 now and get ahead

    Reboot your tax planning for 2015 now and get ahead
    Every tax season, there are at least a few of us who have some unwelcome surprises. Some discover they were not nearly as organized as they should have been, and can’t find receipts for items they wanted to write-off as business…
  • Apr 30

    What happens if your will leaves money to a place that doesn’t exist?

    What happens if your will leaves money to a place that doesn’t exist?
    By Nathan Vinson, Attorney English, Lucas, Priest and Owsley, LLP In fundraising and higher education circles, the imminent closure of Sweet Briar College in rural Central Virginia has been much-discussed. This small, women-only college has…
Rank this Week: 2538

Kuhn and Kuhn Law Firm Blog

Kuhn and Kuhn Law Firm Blog

Covers estate planning.

http://www.kuhnandkuhn.com/blog/
  • May 26

    What Are the Drawbacks of Probate?

    What Are the Drawbacks of Probate?
    You may have heard that one of the biggest advantages to having a comprehensive estate plan in place is that it can dramatically decrease your estate’s exposure to probate, if not avoid probate altogether. Of course, for that to be an…
  • May 25

    Trust Agreements in South Carolina: Why Should Consider Oner For Your Estate Plan

    Trust Agreements in South Carolina: Why Should Consider Oner For Your Estate Plan
    Trust Agreements in South Carolina: Why Should Consider Oner For Your Estate Plan from John Kuhn A testamentary trust is one that does not take effect until the death of the maker Trusts offer a wide range of benefits to the average person as…
  • May 22

    Funeral Planning in North Carolina: Why It Should be Part of Your Comprehensive Estate Plan

    Funeral Planning in North Carolina: Why It Should be Part of Your Comprehensive Estate Plan
    Funeral Planning in North Carolina: Why It Should be Part of Your Comprehensive Estate Plan from John Kuhn People often overpay for funeral and burial services when they are forced to make decisions while grieving. Learn more about…
Rank this Week: 2947

Ohio Estate Planning & Asset…

Ohio Estate Planning & Asset Protection

By AlerStallings, LLC.

http://www.alerstallings.com/blog/
  • May 26

    Estate Planning for Same-Sex Couples and Non-Traditional Familie

    Estate Planning for Same-Sex Couples and Non-Traditional Familie
    Think of the “average” American family.  Mom, Dad, and two and a half children, right?  Well, according to the most recent census data, that’s not the case.  In fact, less than half of American families are in…
  • May 19

    Don’t Lose it All: How Planning While You’re at Home Can Save Your Nestegg from the Nursing Home

    Don’t Lose it All: How Planning While You’re at Home Can Save Your Nestegg from the Nursing Home
    Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away – The Beatles’ classic song about regret rings all too true among those in a nursing home crisis. What seemed like a good idea at the time becomes a huge problem when people give gifts…
  • May 13

    AlerStallings Celebrates Elder Law Month

    AlerStallings Celebrates Elder Law Month
    It’s that time of year again! The Annual National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) Conference is taking place in Orlando, Florida. AlerStallings will be well represented, as Greg Aler, Tim Stallings and Liz Durnell are in…
Rank this Week: 2744

Nash Nash Bean & Ford, LLP Blog

Nash Nash Bean & Ford, LLP Blog

Covers elder law and estate planning.

http://www.nashbeanford.com/blog/
  • May 26

    What to Do If You Were Appointed the Trustee of a Testamentary Trust

    What to Do If You Were Appointed the Trustee of a Testamentary Trust
    A testamentary trust is a common addition to a comprehensive estate plan for a variety of reasons. When any type of trust is created, a Trustee must be appointed to administer the trust and manage the trust assets. Ideally, the Maker of the…
  • May 20

    When Is an Estate Tax Return Due?

    When Is an Estate Tax Return Due?
    When an individual dies, he or she leaves behind and estate. The estate may be valuable and full of complex assets or modest and include only simple assets; however, almost everyone leaves behind some type of estate assets. It should come as…
  • May 19

    The Nursing Home Is Offering to Do a Living Will for Me. Is that O.K.?

    The Nursing Home Is Offering to Do a Living Will for Me. Is that O.K.?
    In most states in the United States, including the State of Illinois, individuals have the right to execute a living will. Each state determines what decisions may be made in a living will as well as the language and formalities required to…
Rank this Week: 3045

About Florida Law

About Florida Law

Covers Florida estate planning and condo laws. By Sackrin & Tolchinsky.

http://aboutfloridalaw.com
  • May 26

    Real Estate Closings: Negotiating Closing Cost

    Real Estate Closings: Negotiating Closing Cost
    Buying any home or condo in Florida, or any piece of residential real estate, means that the buyer and the seller must go through the “closing process,” which may be the only time, or one of the few times, that they have to go to…
  • May 19

    Inherited Property and Partition: When Your Brother or Sister or Other Heir Won’t Agree to the Sale

    Inherited Property and Partition: When Your Brother or Sister or Other Heir Won’t Agree to the Sale
    In Florida, when a parent passes away owning real estate and they are the only owner or the only surviving owner, the property, whether it is the family home or the family vacation property, becomes part of the deceased parent’s probate…
  • May 12

    Selling the House After a Florida Divorce: When Partition is the Answer

    Selling the House After a Florida Divorce: When Partition is the Answer
    You live in Florida and you just got divorced. The two of you bought a house while you were married, which is usually the most valuable marital asset. The judge finalized your divorce, but ownership and how the home is to be disposed of…
Rank this Week: 874

Andrew Flusche, Virginia Lawyer

Andrew Flusche, Virginia Lawyer

Covers Virginia drunk driving, reckless driving and speeding offenses.

http://www.andrewflusche.com/blog/
  • May 26

    Should You do Driving School Before Court for Virginia Reckless Driving?

    Should You do Driving School Before Court for Virginia Reckless Driving?
    It really does depend upon your prior record, the facts of your case and importantly the local judge who’s going to be hearing your case. Contact me today to see if this is an option for you in your case. © marketing for Andrew…
  • May 21

    Fighting Virginia Radar Based on Odometer

    Fighting Virginia Radar Based on Odometer
    I’ve had people ask me this question and I don’t know where it’s coming from, but it simply is not relevant in Virginia. Let’s take a look at what defense options you DO have. © marketing for Andrew Flusche, 2015.…
  • May 11

    Will You Get Arrested if You Refuse the Roadside Breath Test?

    Will You Get Arrested if You Refuse the Roadside Breath Test?
    It’s possible. But the only way the preliminary breath test can help you is if you blow below a .08. As you’ll recall, the roadside breath test (or “preliminary breath test”) is the test that the officer offers you on…
Rank this Week: 1157

Kansas & Missouri Estate Planning

Kansas & Missouri Estate Planning

Covers estate planning, elder law, asset protection, charitable giving, and business law. By Kyle E. Krull.

http://blog.kylekrull.com/kansas-missouri-estate-planning/
  • May 26

    What? Estate Planning for Me? But I'm not Rich.

    What? Estate Planning for Me? But I'm not Rich.
    Whoa, there. If you think estate planning is just for the rich and famous, then I apologize on behalf of my estate planning attorney brothers and sisters for failing to properly educate the American public on this basic fact of life (and…
  • May 25

    Memorial Day 2015

    Memorial Day 2015
    On Veterans Day, November 11, we remember all of those who have served in the United States military. However, on Memorial Day, the third Monday in May, we remember all of those who have given "the last full measure" in their…
  • May 22

    When a Disability Derails Your Retirement Plan

    When a Disability Derails Your Retirement Plan
    So, you had your eye on a retirement future, but an unexpected disability changed everything. What now?
Rank this Week: 642

Florida Probate Litigation

Florida Probate Litigation

Covers corporate trustees, compensation disputes, contested guardianship proceedings, creditors' claims, homestead litigation, will construction litigation, and trust and estates litigation. By Juan C. Antunez.

http://www.flprobatelitigation.com/
  • May 26

    California court invalidates power of appointment; disinherited heir gets 1/3 of $55M trust

    California court invalidates power of appointment; disinherited heir gets 1/3 of $55M trust
    Sefton v. Sefton, — Cal.Rptr.3d —-, 2015 WL 1870302 (Cal.App. 4 Dist. April 24, 2015) Assume you have a case involving a $55 million trust created under “Grandfather’s” Will, that provides for a life-time trust…
  • May 22

    2013-14 Probate Court Filing Statistic

    2013-14 Probate Court Filing Statistic
    If you make your living in and around our probate courts you’ll find the FY 2013-14 Probate Court Statistical Reference Guide interesting reading. The chart below provides the “cases filed” data for three of our…
  • May 18

    Come learn about STEP Miami’s new specialized forum for international trusts and estates litigator

    Come learn about STEP Miami’s new specialized forum for international trusts and estates litigator
    I’m one of the volunteers working on bringing this exciting new opportunity to Miami. If you are at all interested in this topic, I encourage you to please RSVP by clicking the “register now” button below and get involved at…
Rank this Week: 251

Florida Probate Lawyer Blog

Florida Probate Lawyer Blog

Covers estate, guardianship, probate and trust litigation. By Law Offices of Adrian Philip Thomas.

http://www.florida-probate-lawyer.com/probate
  • May 26

    Can a contract defeat testamentary intent?

    Can a contract defeat testamentary intent?
    In a word, yes. In a blow to the unwed in the State of Florida, the Fourth District Court of Appeal recently held that an operating agreement entered into by a deceased business owner (the “Decedent”) trumped his stated…
  • May 18

    Tortious Interference with an Expectancy: DeWitt 101

    Tortious Interference with an Expectancy: DeWitt 101
    When is “failure to exhaust probate remedies” properly asserted as an affirmative defense to a tortious interference with an expectancy action?  The answer is almost never.  (Click here for information about the tort…
  • May 8

    Florida Court Determines Wife Unduly Influenced Husband

    Florida Court Determines Wife Unduly Influenced Husband
    Florida law is well established that when a will is challenged on the grounds of undue influence, the influence must amount to over persuasion, duress, force, coercion, or artful or fraudulent contrivances to such an extent that there is a
Rank this Week: 950

Kevin A. Pollock BLAWG

Kevin A. Pollock BLAWG

Covers wills, trusts & estates, guardianships, tax and asset protection planning.

http://willstrustsestates.blogspot.com/
  • May 26

    Japan Institutes Exit Tax

    Japan Institutes Exit Tax
    Effective July 1, 2015, Japan will institute an "Exit Tax" on Japanese residents.  If a Japanese resident has lived in Japan for 5 of the last 10 years and then moves to another country (or gives up residence), the Exit Tax will create a…
  • Feb 13

    Dynasty and Generation Skipping Trusts Can Trigger a Compromise Tax

    Dynasty and Generation Skipping Trusts Can Trigger a Compromise Tax
    A number of years ago I wrote about the dangers of accidentally triggering a Compromise Tax in New Jersey and in Pennsylvania.  It occurs to me that most dynasty trusts are set up to go to children, grandchildren and more remote…
  • Jan 5

    Change in Pennsylvania Power of Attorney Law

    Change in Pennsylvania Power of Attorney Law
    Happy New Year!  Effective January 1, 2015, under Act 95, Pennsylvania modified Chapter 56 of Title 20 of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, which deals with Powers of Attorney.  The amendment was made to try to better protect…
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Law Office of Andrew M. Lamkin,…

Law Office of Andrew M. Lamkin, P.C. Blog

Covers elder law.

http://lamkinelderlaw.com/articles/
  • May 26

    How the Elderly Can Be Safe Driver

    How the Elderly Can Be Safe Driver
    The loss of a driver’s license can be devastating for seniors. That little plastic card has represented freedom and independence for the last 50, 60, or 70 years of their life. It is widely understood that driving abilities change as…
  • May 19

    When Your Elderly Parents Live With You

    When Your Elderly Parents Live With You
    The decision to move an elderly parent into your home can be a difficult one, both emotionally and financially. However, a consultation with an elder care attorney may put your mind at ease about many of the uncertainties. Having an elderly…
  • May 12

    What We Can Learn From Robin Williams’ Estate Problem

    What We Can Learn From Robin Williams’ Estate Problem
    When a grieving family gets hit with unwelcome surprises, things can get ugly. The loss of a loved one is painful, but the process of fighting over sentimental and valuable estate items (from mother’s favorite tea cup to her million…
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The Zimmer Law Firm

The Zimmer Law Firm

Covers elder law, estate planning, Medicaid, probate, wills and trusts.

http://www.zimmerlawfirm.com/blog/
  • May 26

    Congress Passes ABLE Act of 2014

    Congress Passes ABLE Act of 2014
    With the media, we’re always very much aware of what the president is up to, including his departures for vacations. What we might not always hear, though, is what happens in those days prior to the latest presidential update. Such is…
  • May 21

    Medicaid Declined My Coverage

    Medicaid Declined My Coverage
    One of the more confusing aspects of Medicaid is that because it’s a state program, no two programs are ever alike. Many may read an article and realize it’s applicable in only one state. Each state has its own program, guidelines…
  • May 19

    Retirement Planning and Women

    Retirement Planning and Women
    Retirement planning means different things to different people. For women, it especially has a different sense to it. The stakes can sometimes be higher, partly because they outlive their husbands more often than not. So not only are women…
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German Law Group Blog

German Law Group Blog

Covers estate planning.

http://www.germanlawgroup.com/
  • May 26

    Can a Trust Protect Family Wealth?

    Can a Trust Protect Family Wealth?
    The process of estate planning can involve the implementation of strategies that protect family wealth. When you first hear this statement, you may scratch your head. Why would I have to protect family wealth? Who is going to take what I have…
  • May 21

    Why Would I Want to Avoid Probate?

    Why Would I Want to Avoid Probate?
    The process of probate can come into play when you are in direct possession of property at the time of your passing. If you had no estate planning documents at all, the probate court would use intestate succession laws to determine how your…
  • May 19

    Medicaid Planning: What Can the Healthy Spouse Keep?

    Medicaid Planning: What Can the Healthy Spouse Keep?
    The Medicaid planning may seem like something that is not going to be important for you if you are going to retire with resources as a Medicare recipient. The reason why Medicaid is in fact relevant to many elders is because Medicare does not…
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epilawg

epilawg

Provides insight for planning the resolution of your own story through thoughtful estate planning.

http://epilawg.com/
  • May 26

    Fiduciary Access to Digital Asset

    Fiduciary Access to Digital Asset
    The Uniform Law Commission drafted an act to provide fiduciaries with the same access to digital assets as they have had to tangible assets. The Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (the “Act”) has […]Fiduciary…
  • May 11

    What You Need to Know about Minnesota’s UTC Part III: The Trustee’s Duty to Inform and Silent Trust

    What You Need to Know about Minnesota’s UTC Part III: The Trustee’s Duty to Inform and Silent Trust
    This is the third post in a series discussing different aspects on Minnesota’s new statute, the Uniform Trust Code (UTC), which becomes effective January 1, 2016. While this series will be useful information for all […]What You…
  • May 7

    Incapacity Planning – The POLST

    Incapacity Planning – The POLST
    POLST stands for “Provider Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment.” It is a doctor-signed medical order form that communicates a patient’s end-of-life health care wishes to other health care providers during an emergency.…
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Law Office of Roy W. Litherland…

Law Office of Roy W. Litherland Blog

Covers estate planning, probate and living trusts.

http://www.attorneyoffice.com/blog/
  • May 26

    What Is a Self Proving Will?

    What Is a Self Proving Will?
    You could potentially use a last will as the centerpiece of your estate plan. In order for a last will to be valid in the state of California, certain conditions must be met. The person who is creating the will is called the testator. The…
  • May 21

    What Is the Look-Back Period for Medi-Cal Eligibility?

    What Is the Look-Back Period for Medi-Cal Eligibility?
    Elder care is a very pressing issue at the present time, because long-term care is very expensive. The majority of senior citizens are someday going to need living assistance, so this is something to take seriously when you are looking ahead…
  • May 19

    What Is Digital Estate Planning?

    What Is Digital Estate Planning?
    A well constructed estate plan will leave behind a turnkey situation for the surviving family members. If you want to be comprehensively prepared, you need to consider every detail. With this in mind, we will look at digital estate planning…
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Law Offices of Saul Kobrick, P.C.…

Law Offices of Saul Kobrick, P.C. Blog

Covers New York estate planning and elder law.

http://www.kobricklaw.com/blog/
  • May 25

    When Is a Special Needs Trust Needed?

    When Is a Special Needs Trust Needed?
    As the parent, caregiver, or extended family member of a child with special needs you undoubtedly know that providing for a special needs individual can be costly; yet, the rewards can be invaluable. Many of the financial considerations…
  • May 13

    Does a Power of Attorney Permit Me to Make Gifts to Myself?

    Does a Power of Attorney Permit Me to Make Gifts to Myself?
    If someone has appointed you as an Agent under a power of attorney, or POA, you may have a number of questions about the manner in which you use your appointment, and the authority or power that was granted to you by the Principal (person who…
  • May 11

    I Just Found Out I Am the Executor of My Deceased Uncle’s Estate. What Do I Do Now?

    I Just Found Out I Am the Executor of My Deceased Uncle’s Estate. What Do I Do Now?
    The death of a loved one is never an easy time. Even if the death was expected, a period of grief follows for those who were close to the deceased. Along with the emotional impact a death has on the family there are a number of practical and…
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Wisconsin Estate Planning

Wisconsin Estate Planning

Covers Wisconsin estate planning, elder law, probate and trust administration, real estate law, business organization, and individual income tax preparation. By Tesar Law Group, S.C.

http://blog.tesarlaw.com/
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Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates,…

Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates, P.C. Blog

Covers Connecticut estate planning, probate and elder law.

http://www.preserveyourestate.net/blog/
  • May 25

    What Is the Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax?

    What Is the Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax?
    There are taxes on asset transfers in the United States. One of them is the generation-skipping transfer tax. This tax could potentially be levied on asset transfers to relatives who are more than one generation younger than you. It can also…
  • May 24

    What is Connecticut Qualified Domestic Trust

    What is Connecticut Qualified Domestic Trust
    What is Connecticut Qualified Domestic Trust from Barry D Horowitz The estate tax is not applicable on asset transfers between spouses You could use the unlimited marital deduction to transfer any amount of property to your spouse free of…
  • May 20

    Safely Store Important Information

    Safely Store Important Information
    The process of estate planning extends into incapacity planning is well, so it is important to see a complete picture when you are making preparations for the future. Ultimately the objective is to make sure that things are in place for your…
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Hauptman and Hauptman, P.C. Blog

Hauptman and Hauptman, P.C. Blog

Covers guardianship, Medicaid, probate and estate administration.

http://www.hauptmanlaw.com/blog
  • May 24

    Dangers of the Due on Transfer Clause (Part 2)

    Dangers of the Due on Transfer Clause (Part 2)
                Last week I was telling you about George’s problem.  He had transferred his home to a trust to protect it but then received a letter from the bank referring to…
  • May 17

    Dangers of the Due on Transfer Clause

    Dangers of the Due on Transfer Clause
                To follow up on the same topic of the past two weeks, transferring the home, recently we received a call from George regarding the transfer of his home to a trust.  He…
  • May 10

    Thinking about transferring your home to your children? (Part 2)

    Thinking about transferring your home to your children? (Part 2)
                Last week I told you about Jamie’s mistake.  Mom and Dad transferred their home to Jamie 7 years ago to protect it from Medicaid’s spend down…
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Rule of Law

Rule of Law

Covers British Columbia wills, trusts and estates law, elder law and estate litigation. By Stan Rule.

http://rulelaw.blogspot.com/
  • May 24

    Fargey v. Fargey

    Fargey v. Fargey
    If you want to ensure that your child or grandchild (or any other beneficiary) will not have control over an inheritance from you until he or she attains a more mature age than nineteen, the age of majority in British Columbia, then it is…
  • May 16

    Re Beck Estate

    Re Beck Estate
    In a previous post, I wrote about the first reported case applying section 58 of the Will, Estates and Succession Act. This section allows the court to give effect to a “record, document, or writing or marking on a will or other…
  • Apr 25

    2015 Federal Budget Contains Changes to Tax Free Savings Accounts and Registered Retirement Income Fund

    2015 Federal Budget Contains Changes to Tax Free Savings Accounts and Registered Retirement Income Fund
    The 2015 Canadian Federal Government’s Budget released on April 21, 2015 does not appear to contain any changes that will have an impact on trusts or estate-planning (perhaps mercifully given the problems created by the 2014 Budget).…
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KYEstates.com

KYEstates.com

A Kentucky-based conversation on trust & estates law. By Carter Ruml.

http://kyestates.com
  • May 23

    Managing Volatility: Inheritance Strategies for the Lower Upper Cla

    Managing Volatility: Inheritance Strategies for the Lower Upper Cla
    This week I’ve been reading Claire Tomalin’s Jane Austen: A Life. That’s risky for me to admit, as surveys show the female/male ratio of “Janeites” runs about 25:1. Mockery from readers may be unavoidable, and…
  • May 16

    Managing Abundance: Inheritance Strategies of the Upper Cla

    Managing Abundance: Inheritance Strategies of the Upper Cla
    Broadly speaking, I have observed Upper Class families use three types of inheritance strategies: deferral, ad hoc gifts, and income streams. Deferral is a traditional strategy: pay to raise and educate your child, and then give them not very…
  • May 9

    How Inheritance Affects Adult Children: A Tale of Three Classe

    How Inheritance Affects Adult Children: A Tale of Three Classe
    Although class is discussed frequently and openly in Britain, it makes many of us on this side of the Pond uncomfortable. Even so, class in America has been covered humorously by Paul Fussell, and with great color and insight by the…
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Florida Elder Law and Estate…

Florida Elder Law and Estate Planning

Provides news and views on current topics in elder law, estate planning, wills and trusts, caregiver issues, probate and estate administration, Medicaid and Veterans benefits, other issues of importance to seniors and their families. By Joseph S. Karp.

http://karplaw.blogspot.com/
  • May 23

    Documents your 18-year-old need

    Documents your 18-year-old need
    Has your child turned 18? Then he's an adult, says the law - even if he's still on your insurance plan, even if you're paying his tuition, even if he's living in your house and you're doing his laundry. From a legal perspective, your…
  • May 22

    Documents your 18-year-old should have

    Documents your 18-year-old should have
    Has your child turned 18? Then he's an adult, says the law - even if he's still on your insurance plan, even if you're paying his tuition, even if he's living in your house and you're doing his laundry. From a legal perspective, your parental…
  • May 19

    "Still Alice" brings Alzheimer's Disease into the spotlight

    "Still Alice" brings Alzheimer's Disease into the spotlight
    I am a little late with this blog post, because there have been so many changes in the law over the past weeks that I had to tell you about first.  I offer a belated congratulations to Julianne Moore, who in late February nabbed this…
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Estate Law Canada

Estate Law Canada

Covers estate planning topics, trusts, probate, Enduring Powers of Attorney, health care directives, incapacity issues and elder law. By Lynne Butler.

http://estatelawcanada.blogspot.com/
  • May 22

    BB King estate fight could get pretty ugly

    BB King estate fight could get pretty ugly
    It seems that yet another celebrity estate is headed for court. Apparently even though legendary blues artist B.B. King has only just passed away, his children are already fighting over control of  his estate. The National Post has a story…
  • May 22

    If your spouse dies, leaves you nothing and gives it all to his kids, should you contest the will?

    If your spouse dies, leaves you nothing and gives it all to his kids, should you contest the will?
    If your spouse dies and leaves you nothing and leaves everything to his/her kids from a previous marriage, should you contest the will? What if you're unwell and can't work? This is a question I hear frequently from many readers, with a…
  • May 10

    8 steps to take if you've been widowed

    8 steps to take if you've been widowed
    Once the shock of being widowed has worn off a bit, it's time to take some steps to get your own affairs in order. It's important that you straighten out legal matters to reflect your new situation, in order to avoid issues and complications…
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Long Island Estate Planning…

Long Island Estate Planning Questions & Answers

Covers estate planning, probate, wills, trusts, and guardianships. By Albert Gurevich.

http://longislandestatesattorney.com/faqs/
  • May 22

    Is a Long Island Trustee Entitled to Commissions Every Year?

    Is a Long Island Trustee Entitled to Commissions Every Year?
    When someone is appointed trustee, they are taking on a lot of responsibilities. Besides simply making trust payouts, the trustee must also make sure that they do certain things such as making wise investments with the trust principal,…
  • May 8

    Does There Have To Be A Reading Of The Will On Long Island?

    Does There Have To Be A Reading Of The Will On Long Island?
    There is a recurring TV show and movie scene when a character dies, where the family of the decedent gathers in the lawyer’s office, or the lawyer meets with the family, and the deceased person’s will is read in some dramatic…
  • Apr 22

    What is Mental Incompetence for a Long Island Will Contest?

    What is Mental Incompetence for a Long Island Will Contest?
    Understanding Testamentary Capacity Many people assume that because their loved one has mental issues that it meant that they would not have the capability to sign a will. This would be a reasonable assumption considering that one must have a…
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Estate Planning Blog

Estate Planning Blog

Covers asset protection, estate planning, probate and income tax planning. By Sheppard, Brett, Stewart, Hersch, Kinsey & Hill P.A.

http://www.sbshlaw.com/blog
  • May 22

    Where Did All the Time Go?

    Where Did All the Time Go?
    I’m writing this column from my hotel room outside Boston where I’ve just moved my oldest daughter Gabi out of her Brandeis University dormitory room, as her spring semester just ended. I’ve worked my tail off, helping her…
  • May 15

    Inherited IRA Distribution

    Inherited IRA Distribution
    When a beneficiary other than a spouse inherits an IRA, there’s a lot to consider. In today’s column I’m going to review some of these rules which should serve to underscore why IRA planning is important in anyone’s…
  • May 8

    Johnny as Sally’s Trustee

    Johnny as Sally’s Trustee
    Should you ever make one of your adult children a gatekeeper to another adult child’s inheritance? My short answer is an emphatic, “NO!” I’ve had similar conversations on this topic with a variety of clients over the…
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Illinois Estate Planning &…

Illinois Estate Planning & Elder Law Blog

Covers Illinois estate planning, real estate and trusts. By Wilson & Wilson.

http://www.illinoisestateplanningandelderlawblog.com/
  • May 22

    Illinois Joint Tenancy Law Liberalized

    Illinois Joint Tenancy Law Liberalized
    The creation of and the termination of rights of parties who hold title to property as joint tenants have been liberalized in Illinois. In the case of Sathoff v. Sutter, 373 Ill. 3d App. 795, 869 N.E.2d 354 (Fifth District, 2007), the…
  • May 15

    Wills vs. Trust

    Wills vs. Trust
    Wills and Trusts are useful estate planning devices which serve different purposes. Both work together to create a complete estate plan. One main difference between a Will and a Trust is that a Will goes into effect only after you die, while…
  • May 9

    Chicago Law & Updating Your Estate Plan

    Chicago Law & Updating Your Estate Plan
    Once you have created an estate plan, it is important to keep it up to date. The following is a list of events which may trigger an estate plan update. Whether it is your first marriage or a later marriage, you may need to update your estate…
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Wealth Law Blog

Wealth Law Blog

Covers building, protecting and distributing wealth. By Samuels Yoelin Kantor LLP.

http://samuelslaw.com/blog/
  • May 22

    Undue Influence – Tripped Up in Court

    Undue Influence – Tripped Up in Court
    Recently a Missouri jury resolved a deceased real estate magnate’s estate by finding his socialite widow had used undue influence to gain control of his company. The “high-stakes drama” had a cast of characters, that…
  • May 20

    Greg Lutje Featured on CREW Portland Website

    Greg Lutje Featured on CREW Portland Website
    The post Greg Lutje Featured on CREW Portland Website appeared first on Samuels Yoelin Kantor LLP..
  • May 14

    Is Picasso Coming to Portland?

    Is Picasso Coming to Portland?
    On Monday, May 11, 2015 Pablo Picasso’s oil painting, “Women of Algiers (Version O)” sold for an astonishing, and record breaking, $179.4 million, inclusive of buyer’s premium, at Christy’s in New York. …
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Florida Probate, Trust & Estate…

Florida Probate, Trust & Estate Blog

Covers recent developments in Florida probate, trust, estate and guardianship. By Clark Skatoff PA.

http://www.clarkskatoff.com/news-resources/blog/
  • May 22

    Power of Attorney Not Authorized for Self Dealing

    Power of Attorney Not Authorized for Self Dealing
    A power of attorney is a legal document is a legal document delegating authority from one person to another.  Recently, the Supreme Court of South Dakota provided yet another example of how important the language contained within this…
  • May 19

    2015 Amendments to Florida Probate Code and Florida Trust Code

    2015 Amendments to Florida Probate Code and Florida Trust Code
    The Florida Probate Code and the Florida Trust Code govern the administration of estates and trusts under Florida law.  These codes establish the mechanisms and procedures for the collection and subsequent distribution of assets to the…
  • May 19

    Supreme Court Holds 401(k) Plan Trustees Have Ongoing Duty To Monitor

    Supreme Court Holds 401(k) Plan Trustees Have Ongoing Duty To Monitor
    All too often pension-plan participants (employees and retirees) are left in the dark about the fees and expenses associated with the mutual funds selected for their company’s plan, whether it is a 401(k) savings plan or otherwise.…
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Texas Wills and Trusts Law Online

Texas Wills and Trusts Law Online

Covers issues relating to wills, trusts, estate planning, and probate in Texas. By Rania Combs.

http://www.texaswillsandtrustslaw.com
  • May 22

    Who Inherits If The Beneficiary Of My Will Dies Before Me?

    Who Inherits If The Beneficiary Of My Will Dies Before Me?
    Although it’s unpleasant to consider, there is a possibility that those whom you’d like to benefit in your Will may not survive you. For example, you may wish to give all your worldly possessions to your spouse, but he or she may…
  • May 13

    Can A Biological Sibling of an Adopted Child Inherit Under the Texas Intestacy Statute

    Can A Biological Sibling of an Adopted Child Inherit Under the Texas Intestacy Statute
    I recently got a note someone whose biological brother had been given up for adoption while he was a baby. His brother had just died in Texas without a Will. He wondered whether he was entitled to a share of brother’s estate. Section…
  • May 8

    The Top 10 Reasons Why You Need An Estate Plan

    The Top 10 Reasons Why You Need An Estate Plan
    A recent survey found that approximately two-thirds of Americans don’t have a wills, and even fewer have power of attorneys or health care directives. Are you one of them? The survey suggests that the primary reasons why so few have…
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