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Probate Legal Blog

By Clear Counsel.

http://www.clearcounsel.com/category/probate/
  • Dec 21

    ClearCast #14: In Response to the Rob Graham Matter

    ClearCast #14: In Response to the Rob Graham Matter
    [Editor’s note] Welcome to today’s ClearCast! A quick word about today’s video. If you are unfamiliar with what is being alleged, you can read more here about one of the victims. This is a horrible story about a local…
  • Oct 21

    ClearCast Episode 10: Parentage & The Prince Estate’s Tricky Probate Matter

    ClearCast Episode 10: Parentage & The Prince Estate’s Tricky Probate Matter
    [Editor’s Note] Welcome to today’s ClearCast! I don’t know about you, but thought the world of Prince and so saddened to see him pass away last April. You may not believe this, but the man worth between $100-300 million…
  • Sep 29

    Watch This Before Adding a ‘Pay on Death’ Provision to Your Estate Plan

    Watch This Before Adding a ‘Pay on Death’ Provision to Your Estate Plan
    Transcript: Hello, my name is Jonathan Barlow. I’m an estate planning and probate attorney here at Clear Counsel Law Group. Thank you for tuning for yet another riveting video about probate and estate planning tips and practices that…
Rank this Week: 881

KYEstates.com

KYEstates.com

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

http://kyestates.com
  • Apr 10

    “Emerging Adulthood” and Life Cycle Planning

    “Emerging Adulthood” and Life Cycle Planning
    It was exciting and gratifying last weekend when the New York Times published a really excellent article by Jeffrey J. Selingo in its “Education Life” section that wove together several themes we’ve written on…
  • Apr 3

    Fun, Not Friction: LLC Planning for Family Vacation or Farm Property

    Fun, Not Friction: LLC Planning for Family Vacation or Farm Property
    Many of my clients own second homes at the beach, or the lake.  Less frequently, clients own large properties (often farms) that have deep family and historic significance.  In either instance, clients often want to keep these…
  • Mar 25

    Ruml PLC is Proud to Sponsor Derby Divas 2016

    Ruml PLC is Proud to Sponsor Derby Divas 2016
    Support, engagement, and partnership from clients and friends of Ruml PLC has been nothing short of extraordinary during the firm’s first 6 months – thank you! We’re very pleased to be in a position to give back by…
Rank this Week: 842

Parman & Easterday Blog

Parman & Easterday Blog

Covers elder law and estate planning.

http://www.parmanlaw.com/blog/
  • Dec 15

    3 Yearly Questions to Ask Yourself When You Already Have an Estate Plan

    3 Yearly Questions to Ask Yourself When You Already Have an Estate Plan
    If you have been reading our blog for any length of time you probably know that taking the time to update your estate plan on a yearly basis is important. As our lives change, our estate plans need to reflect these changes. To help guide…
  • Dec 10

    Understanding Estate Planning – Divorce And Estate Plan

    Understanding Estate Planning – Divorce And Estate Plan
    When someone divorces in Kansas, Missouri or Oklahoma, understanding how the divorce will affect an estate plan is essential. Divorce is a stressful, emotional, and difficult time for anyone.  Taking the time to address estate…
  • Dec 9

    Winners of Our Client Appreciation Event Prize Give-Away Revealed!

    Winners of Our Client Appreciation Event Prize Give-Away Revealed!
    On Friday, December 4, 2015, we hosted our Client Appreciation Event where we celebrated Parman & Easterday’s Thirty Year Anniversary of protecting families.  All attendees were able to submit for the prize give-away, and we…
Rank this Week: 993

Nash Nash Bean & Ford, LLP Blog

Nash Nash Bean & Ford, LLP Blog

Covers elder law and estate planning.

http://www.nashbeanford.com/blog/
  • Dec 14

    Free Report: Do You Need to Include A Business Succession Plain In Your Estate Plan

    Free Report: Do You Need to Include A Business Succession Plain In Your Estate Plan
    Small business owners have long been considered the backbone of the American economy; however, toward the end of the 20th century the number of new small businesses startups in the U.S. declined significantly. That changed though during the…
  • Dec 10

    Why Estate Planning Is So Important for Co-Habitating Couple

    Why Estate Planning Is So Important for Co-Habitating Couple
    Not all that long ago in the United States society frowned on couples who lived together outside of the bonds of matrimony. In the 21st century though, more and more couples are choosing to put off marriage until later in life, or forego the…
  • Dec 8

    Is an Incentive Trust Right for Your Estate Plan?

    Is an Incentive Trust Right for Your Estate Plan?
    Not all that long ago it was fairly unusual to find a trust agreement among the tools and strategies of the average person’s estate plan. Today, however, trust agreements have evolved to the point where there are so many different types…
Rank this Week: 825

FLG Trusts & Estates Reporter

FLG Trusts & Estates Reporter

Covers trusts, estate planning, asset protection, and probate, with particular focus on Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. By Fortenberry Law Group PLLC.

http://www.fortenberrylaw.com
  • Nov 17

    U.S. States With Series LLC Act

    U.S. States With Series LLC Act
    A series LLC is a form of limited liability company that is authorized by state law to hold assets in separate “containers” known as series.  These containers function much like holding companies. They are used to segregate…
  • Nov 17

    U.S. States With Series LLC Act

    U.S. States With Series LLC Act
    A series LLC is a form of limited liability company that is authorized by state law to hold assets in separate “containers” known as series.  These containers function much like holding companies. They are used to segregate…
  • Oct 29

    Rights of Stepchildren to Assets of a Deceased Parent in Probate

    Rights of Stepchildren to Assets of a Deceased Parent in Probate
    Here’s a scenario that I get so often that it deserves its own blog post:  Dad dies. Stepchildren claim that stepmother is taking dad’s assets and not communicating with them. Stepmother claims that all of the marital assets…
Rank this Week: 558

Elder Law Office of David Wingate,…

Elder Law Office of David Wingate, LLC

Covers elder law, assisted living facilities, estate planning, and nursing homes.

http://blog.davidwingate.com/
  • Mar 8

    Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning - 2015 What Will Happen? (Contd)

    Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning - 2015 What Will Happen? (Contd)
    Related proposals pertaining to qualified plans and individual retirement accounts. In addition, the Green Book includes the following proposals that pertain to qualified plans and IRAs: A limit on the total accrual of retirement benefits by…
  • Mar 7

    Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning - 2015 What Will Happen? (Contd)

    Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning - 2015 What Will Happen? (Contd)
    Sales, exchanges and “comparable transactions” with grantor trusts. The Obama Administration would attempt to address the disconnect between the income tax rules and the estate tax rules that apply to intentionally defective grantor…
  • Mar 7

    Social Security Ups Disability Safeguard

    Social Security Ups Disability Safeguard
    The Social Security Administration is expanding a program nationally to help bar criminals from controlling benefits on behalf of individuals with disabilities and the elderly. The program originally launched as a pilot in the…
Rank this Week: 516

Special Needs, Elder Law, Wills,…

Special Needs, Elder Law, Wills, Trusts, Estates & Tax Blog

By Friedman Law.

http://specialneedsnj.com/blog/
  • Aug 29

    IRS Resolves the “Key West Dilemma” by Recognizing Same Sex Marriages Throughout the U.S.

    IRS Resolves the “Key West Dilemma” by Recognizing Same Sex Marriages Throughout the U.S.
    by attorney Mark R. Friedman, FriedmanLaw The IRS announced today that they would treat same-sex couples as legally married based upon the couple’s state of ceremony, not their state of residence. In June, the Supreme Court struck down…
  • Aug 3

    Plan Your Estate to Benefit Your Loved Ones– Not the Taxman

    Plan Your Estate to Benefit Your Loved Ones– Not the Taxman
    [The following article is by guest blogger Julie Donald, a freelance writer with a strong background is finance.  Julie obviously knows her stuff and FriedmanLaw/SpecialNeedsNJ.com are proud to feature her work.] While…
  • May 17

    Social Security Amends POMS Governing Special/Supplemental Needs Trust Expenditure

    Social Security Amends POMS Governing Special/Supplemental Needs Trust Expenditure
    People with serious disabilities often qualify for government benefits like Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid that limit eligibility based on finances.  Thus personal injury recoveries attributable to a disabled person…
Rank this Week: 503

Estate of Confusion

Estate of Confusion

Covers developments in estate planning and wealth transfer taxes. By Hani Sarji.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/hanisarji/
  • Jan 5

    More Estate Tax Changes Could Follow Fiscal Cliff Deal

    More Estate Tax Changes Could Follow Fiscal Cliff Deal
    News bites might leave you hungry for details about the estate tax and the other wealth transfer taxes. This post aims to answer your questions and serve as a useful resource.
  • Jan 5

    More Estate Tax Changes Could Follow Fiscal Cliff Deal

    More Estate Tax Changes Could Follow Fiscal Cliff Deal
    News bites might leave you hungry for details about the estate tax and the other wealth transfer taxes. This post aims to answer your questions and serve as a useful resource.
  • Jan 5

    More Estate Tax Changes Could Follow Fiscal Cliff Deal

    More Estate Tax Changes Could Follow Fiscal Cliff Deal
    News bites might leave you hungry for details about the estate tax and the other wealth transfer taxes. This post aims to answer your questions and serve as a useful resource.
Rank this Week: 519

Thoughts on Wills & Estate…

Thoughts on Wills & Estate Planning

Covers estate planning in Virginia and Maryland. By Scott R. Zucker.

http://estateplanninginfoblog.com
  • Jan 4

    Federal Estate and Gift Tax Rules for 2013, Including Example

    Federal Estate and Gift Tax Rules for 2013, Including Example
    By passing the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (“ATRA”), President Obama and Congress have agreed on a first step towards solving our fiscal cliff problem.  While neither Democrats or Republicans seem overly…
  • Dec 2

    My 21 Favorite Estate Planning Insults and Comeback

    My 21 Favorite Estate Planning Insults and Comeback
    When you achieve a certain level of success in estate planning law, complaining about the billboards, the yachts, the keys to the cities, the authorized (and unauthorized) documentaries about your life, etc. seems a bit petty. Then again, the…
  • Nov 30

    The Fiscal Cliff and Your Estate Planning (Part III): The Impact on You

    The Fiscal Cliff and Your Estate Planning (Part III): The Impact on You
    In the first post of this series, we discussed the fiscal cliff and its impact on our economy.  In the previous post, we covered the proposals most likely to be considered by Congress in the coming weeks.  In this final post of the…
Rank this Week: 537

Toronto Estates & Trusts Monitor

Toronto Estates & Trusts Monitor

Discusses the complications, pitfalls, and the overall state of affairs of trusts and estates in Canada. By Megan F. Connolly.

http://www.torontoestatemonitor.com/
  • Mar 7

    A Faulty Settlement and Some Buyer's Remorse

    A Faulty Settlement and Some Buyer's Remorse
    The recent decision of the Superior Court of Justice in the Murphy Estate considers what happens when parties to a proceeding settle a matter on the basis of faulty facts and one of the parties suffers from “buyer’s remorse”. 
  • Mar 7

    A Faulty Settlement and Some Buyer's Remorse

    A Faulty Settlement and Some Buyer's Remorse
    The recent decision of the Superior Court of Justice in the Murphy Estate considers what happens when parties to a proceeding settle a matter on the basis of faulty facts and one of the parties suffers from “buyer’s…
  • Mar 5

    Some Tips on Paying Estate Debt

    Some Tips on Paying Estate Debt
    One of an estate trustee’s duties is to pay the debts that a deceased individual owed when he or she died.  As I have previously discussed, the estate trustee is generally not personally liable for the deceased’s debts – they are paid…
Rank this Week: 527

Patrick D. Newton's Estate…

Patrick D. Newton's Estate Planning Blog

Musings on estate planning and links to articles on estate planning.

http://blog.attorneynewton.com/
  • Sep 2

    Do I have to file Gift Tax returns for the gifts to my Insurance Trust?

    Do I have to file Gift Tax returns for the gifts to my Insurance Trust?
    Filing a gift tax return for an ILIT, even if not technically required because all gifts are below the annual exclusion, is a good idea. It starts the statute of limitations for an audit of the gift. It allows you to decide affirmatively…
  • May 18

    WLOS ABC 13 News :: Top Stories - Attorney Sam Neill Admits Guilt

    WLOS ABC 13 News :: Top Stories - Attorney Sam Neill Admits Guilt
    WLOS ABC 13 News :: Top Stories - Attorney Sam Neill Admits Guilt
  • Mar 22

    Trust Protectors / Trust Advisor

    Trust Protectors / Trust Advisor
    Yesterday/s Advisor's Forum presentation discussed Trust Protectors and how their use in a trust can help the trust accomplish its goals.  The concept of a Trust Protector is to grant someone who is not a trustee or beneficiary certain…
Rank this Week: 846

You and Yours Blawg

You and Yours Blawg

Covers business law, elder law, estate planning and tax law. By Deirdre R. Wheatley-Liss.

http://youandyoursblawg.blogspot.com/
  • Aug 6

    You and Yours Blawg is Moving

    You and Yours Blawg is Moving
    Category: Elder Law, Estate Planning, Estate and Inheritance Tax, Business Law and Planning, Tax Law and Planning, Probate and Estate Administration, Financial Planning, Miscellaneous Musing
  • Mar 20

    Haven't Paid NJ Taxes? Now Might Be the Time

    Haven't Paid NJ Taxes? Now Might Be the Time
    Category: Tax Law and PlanningCourtesy of JH Cohn:New Jersey Enacts Tax Amnesty Program"New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine has signed a bill creating a 45-day New Jersey state tax amnesty period that will end no later than June 15, 2009.…
  • Mar 16

    Lets get Banks Lending - SBA Loan Guarantee Amount to 90%

    Lets get Banks Lending - SBA Loan Guarantee Amount to 90%
    Category: Business Law and Planning
Rank this Week: 847

Retire Happy

Retire Happy

Covers Estate Planning Law and news. Published by Nolo

http://www.retirehappyblog.com/
  • Jul 24

    The 4 Simple Steps to a Healthy Retirement

    The 4 Simple Steps to a Healthy Retirement
    Like most Americans, you probably believe that exercise is a good thing for other people. But then, after months of sloth, you look in the mirror, get re-motivated, and reach for your jogging shoes, swimsuit, or the dusty barbells in the…
  • Jul 17

    How to Cut Health Care Spending by 50%

    How to Cut Health Care Spending by 50%
    The majority of America's health care dollars are spent on people over 50 -- and most of the medical conditions that suck it up are avoidable. For example, the majority of diabetes cases, 100% of osteoporosis, much of heart disease, stroke,…
  • Jun 16

    Friends Are More Important Than Money

    Friends Are More Important Than Money
    For years I've been making the point that a strong friendship network is key to leading a successful life after retirement. After years of having this subject largely ignored as a huge element of successful aging, it was great to read the New…
Rank this Week: 611

Nordhaus Walpole, PLLC Blog

Nordhaus Walpole, PLLC Blog

Covers family law, estate planning and probate.

https://www.collincountyattorney.com/blog/
  • Dec 28

    What the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Means for Alimony

    What the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Means for Alimony
    When President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act into law on December 22, several aspects of the federal tax code changed significantly. For spouses contemplating divorce, one of the most sweeping changes is a reversal of the tax…
  • Dec 14

    7 Reasons (Besides Distributing Your Estate) to Have an Estate Plan

    7 Reasons (Besides Distributing Your Estate) to Have an Estate Plan
    Why should you have an estate plan? While having an estate plan is crucial to ensuring that your assets will be distributed according to your final wishes, this is only part of the equation. A comprehensive estate plan will serve a number of…
  • Jan 31

    5 Changes that May Require You to Modify Your Estate Plan

    5 Changes that May Require You to Modify Your Estate Plan
    While many estate planning tools offer the flexibility to automatically address certain changes in your life (such as the accumulation of wealth or the death of a family member), there are a variety of circumstances under which it may still…
Rank this Week: 1436

Roscich & Martel Law Firm LLC Blog

Roscich & Martel Law Firm LLC Blog

Covers Illinois family law and estate planning needs.

http://www.randrattys.com/napervilledivorceattorney
  • Feb 22

    Should You Consider a Postnuptial Agreement?

    Should You Consider a Postnuptial Agreement?
    A postnuptial agreement, like a prenuptial agreement, is a legal contract that sets forth how marital property should be divided if the couple divorces. The only difference is that a prenuptial agreement is executed before marriage, and a…
  • Feb 15

    Collaborative Divorce in Illinoi

    Collaborative Divorce in Illinoi
    Not every couple who goes through a divorce wants to get divorced in court. Many couples decide to opt to start their divorces in a process known as a collaborative divorce. The goal of going through the collaborative law process is to…
  • Feb 8

    Illinois House Considering Bill That Would Establish Equal Parenting Time

    Illinois House Considering Bill That Would Establish Equal Parenting Time
    The Illinois House is considering a bill that would create a rebuttable presumption that equal parenting time is in the best interests of children of divorced families. In other words, divorced couples would split parenting time 50/50. Under…
Rank this Week: 2334

Learn About Law

Learn About Law

Covers bankruptcy, business law, family law, elder law, criminal law and estate planning. By Kevin O'Flaherty.

https://www.oflaherty-law.com/our-law-blog
  • Feb 22

    Changes to Spousal Maintenance Under the 2018 Tax Law | Illinois Alimony Law

    Changes to Spousal Maintenance Under the 2018 Tax Law | Illinois Alimony Law
    In this article, we explain changes to Illinois spousal maintenance under the new federal tax law. Going into effect after December 31, 2018, the recently passed tax bill eliminates the tax deduction for alimony payments and makes the alimony…
  • Feb 20

    llinois Child Support 2018

    llinois Child Support 2018
    In this article we will provide a comprehensive overview of Illinois child support law in 2018. We answer many frequently asked questions including: how is Illinois child support calculated in 2018?, when can Illinois child support orders be…
  • Feb 20

    Employers' Vicarious Liability for Employee Conduct in Illinoi

    Employers' Vicarious Liability for Employee Conduct in Illinoi
    In this article we will explain the vicarious liability of an employer for the actions of an employee in Illinois. We will discuss both the doctrines of respondeat superior and negligent hiring.
Rank this Week: 1609

Redlands Veterans' Affairs…

Redlands Veterans' Affairs Attorney Blog

Covers estate planning and elder law. By Esther Wang.

http://www.california-elder-law.com/blog/
  • Feb 22

    An explanation of SSDI and back pay.

    An explanation of SSDI and back pay.
    Some California residents who are applying for Social Security Disability benefits are confused at the concept of 'back pay" when an award is given. They should understand why back pay is normally awarded. It is due to the passage of...
  • Feb 15

    Social Security Disability applicants benefit from representation

    Social Security Disability applicants benefit from representation
    People in California who are unable to work may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income benefits. However, the process to apply for and receive these benefits can often be difficult and challenging.…
  • Feb 15

    Past work as it applies to disability benefit

    Past work as it applies to disability benefit
    Those in California and elsewhere who apply for Social Security Disability or SSI benefits will be asked for information relating to their mental and physical abilities. This information is used to create a residual functional capacity score.…
Rank this Week: 2193

Utah Estate Planning

Utah Estate Planning

Covers estate planning, probate, trusts and wills in Utah. By Jason C. Hunter.

http://www.utahestateplanning.typepad.com/
  • Feb 22

    Britney Spears’ Assets Still Controlled by Dad

    Britney Spears’ Assets Still Controlled by Dad
    “Ten years later, Britney Spears is still under conservatorship of her father Jamie—and her protective dad wants to keep fans out of her personal business!”
  • Feb 21

    Widow/Widower Preparation 101

    Widow/Widower Preparation 101
    “Among the risks that married couples face in retirement, this one is unavoidable. It’s the risk of becoming a widow or widower.”
  • Feb 20

    Remember Your Heirs in Estate Planning

    Remember Your Heirs in Estate Planning
    “Estate planning can feel overwhelming for individuals without an ‘heir apparent.’”
Rank this Week: 2934

Connecticut Estate Planning…

Connecticut Estate Planning Attorneys Blog

Covers estate planning. By Czepiga Daly Pope & Perri LLC.

http://www.czepigalaw.com/blog/
  • Feb 22

    Joint Bank Accounts—Who Gets the Funds After the Co-owner Passes Away?

    Joint Bank Accounts—Who Gets the Funds After the Co-owner Passes Away?
    By E. Jennifer Reale When it comes to estate planning, there are a lot of details that need to be handled, and one that can easily be overlooked is ownership of the funds in a joint bank account. Most people mistakenly assume that if they…
  • Feb 15

    New Skills Equals Sharper Brain: 6 Ideas for Online Learning

    New Skills Equals Sharper Brain: 6 Ideas for Online Learning
    By guest blogger Karen Weeks  Older people who want to live a long, interesting life make it a point to never stop learning. Keeping your mind sharp and participating in a variety of activities is a great boredom buster and gives you a…
  • Feb 8

    Being a Healthcare Advocate: How to Best Engage with Healthcare Professional

    Being a Healthcare Advocate: How to Best Engage with Healthcare Professional
    This is the final installment of our 3-part series on becoming your parent’s healthcare advocate. In the first part, Being a Healthcare Advocate: How to Get Started, we learned how to lay the groundwork for a smooth transition. In part…
Rank this Week: 2594

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/
  • Feb 22

    Fines Reduced for Many Nursing Home Violations: What It May Mean For Your Loved One

    Fines Reduced for Many Nursing Home Violations: What It May Mean For Your Loved One
    <!--[if gte mso 9]> Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 <![endif]--> <!--[if gte mso 9]> <![endif]--><!--[if gte mso 10]> /* Style…
  • Feb 8

    New Medicare Cards Are Coming (And Bringing Along New Scams, Of Course)

    New Medicare Cards Are Coming (And Bringing Along New Scams, Of Course)
    Starting in April 2018, new Medicare cards will be mailed to 60 million Medicare beneficiaries. Mandated by the Medicare Access and Chip Reauthorization Act of 2015, the new cards will no longer display your Social Security number. Instead,…
  • Feb 6

    The Step-Up in Basis Remains, For Now

    The Step-Up in Basis Remains, For Now
    There was talk last year in Congress about doing away with the step-up in basis for inherited assets. My office has received several inquiries recently regarding whether the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act eliminated the step-up. Happily, it did not.…
Rank this Week: 3014

Sweatman Law Estate Litigation…

Sweatman Law Estate Litigation Blog

Covers estates and estate litigation.

http://www.sweatmanlaw.com/blog/
  • Feb 22

    Motions of Abandoned Application

    Motions of Abandoned Application
    A New Direction on Setting Aside Motions of Abandoned Applications – Rule 38.08 In Eldridge […] The post Motions of Abandoned Applications appeared first on Sweatman Law Firm.
  • Feb 12

    Challenging a Will because of “Undue Influence”

    Challenging a Will because of “Undue Influence”
    The basic purpose of a Will is to allow individuals to set out their final […] The post Challenging a Will because of “Undue Influence” appeared first on Sweatman Law Firm.
  • Feb 2

    Over half of Canadians Still Do Not Have a Will

    Over half of Canadians Still Do Not Have a Will
    A recent poll by the Angus Reid Institute confirmed half of us Canadians (51%) still do […] The post Over half of Canadians Still Do Not Have a Will appeared first on Sweatman Law Firm.
Rank this Week: 2401

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/
Rank this Week: 4185

Idaho Law Blog

Idaho Law Blog

Covers workers compensation, employment, estate, injury and accident, real estate and property law. By Racine Olson.

https://www.racineolson.com/blog/
  • Feb 22

    HOW DO I KNOW WHETHER I HAVE AN ESTATE?

    HOW DO I KNOW WHETHER I HAVE AN ESTATE?
    By Lane V. Erickson, Idaho Estate Planning Attorney Whenever I meet somebody for the first time, whether on a plane, at a family gathering, or just in some social event, inevitably I am asked what I do for a living. When I explain that I am…
  • Feb 20

    THE THREE BIGGEST PROBLEMS WITH IDAHO ESTATE PLANNING

    THE THREE BIGGEST PROBLEMS WITH IDAHO ESTATE PLANNING
    By Lane V. Erickson, Idaho Estate Planning Attorney I have worked as an estate planning attorney for many years. During this time, and after having assisted numerous estate planning clients, I have learned that there are really 3 problems…
  • Feb 15

    IDAHO ESTATE PLANNING BASICS

    IDAHO ESTATE PLANNING BASICS
    By Lane V. Erickson, Idaho Estate Planning Attorney When most people hear the term “estate planning” the first thing they think of is a Will. Perhaps this is because of movies and television shows where they have seen a will being…
Rank this Week: 1664

Mills and Mills LLP Blog

Mills and Mills LLP Blog

Covers Canadian business, real estate, family, employment and estate law.

https://www.millsandmills.ca/blog/
  • Feb 22

    The Quality of Title and Adverse Possession

    The Quality of Title and Adverse Possession
    In Ontario, there are two land title registration systems: one under the Registry Act and the other under the Land Titles Act.  We commonly associate the former with paper deeds and other title documents, and the latter with…
  • Feb 15

    Spousal Support can Survive after Death of the Recipient Spouse

    Spousal Support can Survive after Death of the Recipient Spouse
    In Marasse Estate (Re), the Court decided on the issue of whether the estate of the deceased was entitled to continue receiving spousal support under a separation agreement. The separation agreement required the defendant to pay $3,000 per…
  • Feb 14

    Bill 148: Are you in compliance with Ontario’s “Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act”, 2017

    Bill 148: Are you in compliance with Ontario’s “Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act”, 2017
    In the face of a changing economy, full time and permanent work is no longer the norm and employment is increasingly less secure. Many people are unable to support their families on part-time, contract or minimum-wage jobs and many more…
Rank this Week: 1349

Law Office of Donald D. Vanarelli…

Law Office of Donald D. Vanarelli Blog

Covers New Jersey elder law and estate planning.

https://vanarellilaw.com/blog/
Rank this Week: 3048

Littman Krooks LLP Blog

Littman Krooks LLP Blog

Covers corporate, elder law, estate planning and special needs planning.

http://www.littmankrooks.com/blog/
  • Feb 22

    Update on Endrew F.

    Update on Endrew F.
    By Arshi Pal. Esq., Littman Krooks LLP Almost a year ago, in a seminal ruling, on March 22, 2017, the Supreme Court of the United States  held that school districts must provide an education “reasonably calculated to enable a child…
  • Feb 14

    Lou Giampa – How Do I Talk To My Parents About Getting Help In Their Home

    Lou Giampa – How Do I Talk To My Parents About Getting Help In Their Home
    Our guest this week is Lou Giampa, President and Owner of Right at Home, a NYS Licensed Home Care Agency servicing Westchester County, NY.  Lou joins Bernie to discuss home health care, aging parents, and having the conversation with…
  • Feb 8

    Understand Basics of New FINRA Rules to Prevent Financial Exploitation of Vulnerable Loved One

    Understand Basics of New FINRA Rules to Prevent Financial Exploitation of Vulnerable Loved One
    By Stacy Sadove, Esq., Littman Krooks LLP In a positive development for seniors and individuals with disabilities, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) has just approved the adoption of the Financial Industry…
Rank this Week: 2052

Moynihan Lyons PC BLog

Moynihan Lyons PC BLog

Features estate planning and elder law news. By Moynihan Lyons PC.

http://blog.moynihanlyons.com/
  • Feb 22

    Does New Tax Law Mean Less Estate Planning?

    Does New Tax Law Mean Less Estate Planning?
    What should occur to your planning under new laws, depends on your circumstances. Perhaps the best way to figure out what will occur in estate planning under the new tax laws is to check with the attorneys, according to Wealth Management in…
  • Feb 21

    Preparing to Be the Surviving Spouse

    Preparing to Be the Surviving Spouse
    It is important that preparations are made to support the survivor. It is unlikely that both members of a couple will pass away at the same time and the surviving spouse will be attempting to cope with the situation. They probably should not…
  • Feb 20

    Perhaps Your IRA Should Go into a Trust

    Perhaps Your IRA Should Go into a Trust
    It is important to choose the right beneficiary for your retirement account, but it is also important to protect it. If you have a lot of money in your retirement accounts and are unlikely to spend it all in your lifetime, leftover funds will…
Rank this Week: 3045

Sabin & Associates, PLLC Blog

Sabin & Associates, PLLC Blog

Covers elder law and estate planning in Tennessee.

http://blog.epctn.com/
  • Feb 22

    Whistleblower May Get Share of Estate Tax

    Whistleblower May Get Share of Estate Tax
    Employee claims her boss was resident of New York rather than Florida when he filed. The state usually files a complaint on false claims in estate tax filing but a whistleblower in New York charges that her former boss lied by claiming he was…
  • Feb 21

    Preparing to Be the Surviving Spouse

    Preparing to Be the Surviving Spouse
    It is important that preparations are made to support the survivor. It is unlikely that both members of a couple will pass away at the same time and the surviving spouse will be attempting to cope with the situation. They probably should not…
  • Feb 20

    Perhaps Your IRA Should Distribute to a Trust upon Death

    Perhaps Your IRA Should Distribute to a Trust upon Death
    It is important to choose the right beneficiary for your retirement account, but it is also important to protect it. If you have a lot of money in your retirement accounts and are unlikely to spend it all in your lifetime, leftover funds will…
Rank this Week: 3326

The Zimmer Law Firm

The Zimmer Law Firm

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

http://www.zimmerlawfirm.com/blog/
  • Feb 22

    Sager Family Shows Perils of Blended Familie

    Sager Family Shows Perils of Blended Familie
    Blended families require special planning. Communication of those plans is key to keep frictions to a minimum. This story examines the controversy in the family of sports reporter Craig Sager, who died in December 2016. The post Sager Family…
  • Feb 20

    Key Reasons Not to Wait to Make a Medicaid Plan

    Key Reasons Not to Wait to Make a Medicaid Plan
    Medicaid attorneys help you to create a plan to get covered by Ohio’s Medicaid program if you may need Medicaid to cover your costs of care in the future. Many people come to rely on Medicaid to pay for expensive care as they get…
  • Feb 15

    Planning for Retirement Plans and IRAs: Asset Protection

    Planning for Retirement Plans and IRAs: Asset Protection
    Perhaps the largest part of most Americans’ wealth is in their qualified plan or IRA. Planning for these assets is one of the most important parts of the estate plan, for many reasons. This article will discuss the asset protection of…
Rank this Week: 3320

Gould Cooksey Fennell Blog

Gould Cooksey Fennell Blog

Covers estate planning, real property acquisition, personal injury, will disputes, commercial litigation, business and corporate law, and institutional lending.

http://gouldcooksey.com/blog/
  • Feb 22

    CONGRESS MAY REFORM ADA PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS LAW

    CONGRESS MAY REFORM ADA PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS LAW
    In recent years, our local business community has been hit with a wave of lawsuits by ADA accessibility testers claiming, for example, that the business’s restrooms were not accessible to the disabled and demanding thousands of dollars…
  • Feb 16

    Florida Appeals Court Upholds Verdict for Vero Beach Family Against Big Tobacco

    Florida Appeals Court Upholds Verdict for Vero Beach Family Against Big Tobacco
    Wednesday morning a Florida Appeals Court upheld a verdict issued in 2015 by a jury in Indian River County that awarded Gould Cooksey Fennell client Robert Gore $2,000,000 in damages for the premature death of his beloved wife.  Gloria,…
  • Feb 2

    Employer-owned Life Insurance: Notice and Reporting to Avoid Tax

    Employer-owned Life Insurance: Notice and Reporting to Avoid Tax
    Many employers maintain life insurance policies on key employees. In addition to the obvious emotional toll the loss of a team member may have on the employer, a key employee’s sudden and permanent absence can also cause the employer…
Rank this Week: 1910

Hull & Hull LLP Blog

Hull & Hull LLP Blog

Covers trusts and estate planning.

https://hullandhull.com/feed/
  • Feb 21

    Was there a breach of duty? The Q&A from the New SCC Decision

    Was there a breach of duty? The Q&amp;A from the New SCC Decision
    The facts in the new Supreme Court of Canada decision on trustee duties were previously set out in last Tuesday’s edition of this blog. Valard Construction Ltd. v. Bird Construction Co. arose from a commercial matter in which Valard was…
  • Feb 21

    What you should do when “unexpected” financial news is good

    What you should do when “unexpected” financial news is good
    The financial industry is relentless in encouraging Canadians to “plan for the unexpected” – and highlighting how anything can happen. You could lose your job, become disabled, lose your home to a fire, lose a loved one…
  • Feb 20

    Hull on Estates #540 – Constructive Trust

    Hull on Estates #540 – Constructive Trust
    In today’s podcast, Natalia Angelini and Doreen So discuss the case of MacDonald v. Estate of James Pouliout, 2017 ONSC 3629, which was an interesting decision on constructive trusts, the limitation period applicable to dependants…
Rank this Week: 1056

Illinois Estate Planning &…

Illinois Estate Planning & Elder Law Blog

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

http://www.illinoisestateplanningandelderlawblog.com/
  • Feb 21

    Estate Planning and Retirement Considerations for Late-In-Life Parent

    Estate Planning and Retirement Considerations for Late-In-Life Parent
    Older parents are becoming more common, driven in part by changing mores and surrogate motherhood.  Comedian and author Steve Martin had his first child at age 67.  Singer Billy Joel just welcomed his third daughter. Janet Jackson…
  • Feb 1

    What exactly is a bond anyway?

    What exactly is a bond anyway?
    When a non-lawyer ventures into the world of probate or guardianship, one item that usually causes confusion is the requirement for the representative to post a bond. Under Illinois law, a court-appointed representative is required to post a…
  • Jan 26

    Where should you keep your original will?

    Where should you keep your original will?
    One of the most common questions we receive from clients is where to keep original wills and other estate planning documents. Generally, there are two main options as to where these documents should be kept. The first option is to keep them…
Rank this Week: 3774

Deborah Sexton Law Office, P. A.…

Deborah Sexton Law Office, P. A. Blog

Covers estate planning and elder law.

http://www.arkansas-estateplanning.com/blog/
  • Feb 21

    Mistakes to Avoid in Your Retirement Plan

    Mistakes to Avoid in Your Retirement Plan
    This is an article from Northern California Center for Estate Planning and Elder Law (www.norcalplanners.com/) in Sacramento, California, that we thought others may find helpful. A major concern for most people, when it comes to retirement is…
  • Feb 19

    Planning for Retirement Plans and IRAs: Beneficiary Designation

    Planning for Retirement Plans and IRAs: Beneficiary Designation
    Perhaps the largest part of most Americans’ wealth is in their qualified plan or IRA. Planning for these assets is one of the most important parts of the estate plan, for many reasons. This article will discuss the importance of…
  • Feb 14

    4 Tips for Creating an Estate Plan that Works!

    4 Tips for Creating an Estate Plan that Works!
    This is an article from the Law Office of Russell M. Blood (http://www.russbloodlaw.com) in South Jordan, Utah, that we thought others may find helpful. In a study conducted by caring.com in 2015, only 56% of American households had a will or…
Rank this Week: 2189

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/
  • Feb 21

    How Does an IRA Fit into Your Retirement Savings Plan?

    How Does an IRA Fit into Your Retirement Savings Plan?
    IRA's are a great way to save money for retirement and at the same time, they provide tax advantages. Make sure beneficiary designations are updated regularly.
  • Feb 19

    Home Health Care Services: Funding Source

    Home Health Care Services: Funding Source
    There are several options for senior caregiving. Learning about each option is important since their funding is from different sources. 
  • Feb 16

    Funeral Fundamentals: You Can Trim Expense

    Funeral Fundamentals: You Can Trim Expense
    Planning your own funeral will keep your family from being at the mercy of funeral homes and their price structures.
Rank this Week: 2666

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
  • Feb 21

    Just Passing Through: New Deduction for Business Income Expires in 2026

    Just Passing Through: New Deduction for Business Income Expires in 2026
    Under new IRC §199A, business entity owners may be able to deduct 20 percent of passthrough income. This tax boon, which is set to sunset after December 31, 2025, has many lawyers wondering whether they might personally benefit. Almost…
  • Feb 16

    Revisiting the Dying Declaration Exception

    Revisiting the Dying Declaration Exception
    The “dying declaration” exception to the hearsay rule just jumped from law school textbooks onto California newspapers: A young woman who was stabbed and bleeding told officers who had assaulted her shortly before she died,…
  • Feb 14

    When Marriage Is Not About Love

    When Marriage Is Not About Love
    Valentine’s Day is about romance and love—and a lot of marriage proposals are made on that day. But sometimes there’s fraud lurking among the roses and chocolates. Marriage fraud under immigration law is a big issue for…
Rank this Week: 2228

King Law Offices Blog

King Law Offices Blog

Discusses traffic matters, family law, criminal law, wills and estate planning and personal injury law as it relates to North Carolina and South Carolina.

https://kinglawoffices.com/blog/
  • Feb 21

    Do You Know What Is Not Uncommon? An Aiding and Abetting Charge

    Do You Know What Is Not Uncommon? An Aiding and Abetting Charge
    Here at the King Law Offices, we routinely come across aiding and abetting charges.  Many people who come through the criminal justice system get frustrated.  Often they end up in severe legal trouble, as a result, of what they…
  • Feb 21

    Is a Will a Substitute for a Power of Attorney?

    Is a Will a Substitute for a Power of Attorney?
    Different documents have different purposes as part of your estate plan. A will is not a substitute for a power of attorney because each document is designed to accomplish a different objective. If you have a will, that’s a good first…
  • Feb 19

    What Are Durable and Healthcare Powers of Attorney?

    What Are Durable and Healthcare Powers of Attorney?
    A power of attorney is a legal document that gives someone else the power to make decisions on your behalf. These powers are used to save your family time and money if you ever become incapacitated or mentally incapable of handling your own…
Rank this Week: 2214

Arkansas Legal Issues

Arkansas Legal Issues

By Wilson & Haubert, PLLC.

http://whlawoffices.com/little-rock-lawyer-arkansas-law-blog/
  • Feb 20

    Limited Scope Legal Service

    Limited Scope Legal Service
    The post Limited Scope Legal Services appeared first on Wilson & Haubert, PLLC.
  • Jan 26

    DWI Arrest | How to Continue to Drive Afterward

    DWI Arrest | How to Continue to Drive Afterward
    Driving after an Arkansas DWI Arrest   After an arrest for DWI in Arkansas, you will have many decisions to make. One of the things many people do not think about is how they will continue to drive after a DWI arrest. Your driver’s…
  • Jan 12

    Chapter 7 vs Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

    Chapter 7 vs Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
    What is the difference between an Arkansas Chapter 7 and a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy? The answer is it truly depends on what you mean with that question. For some people, the difference may not be that significant. For others, it will make a…
Rank this Week: 2430

Florida Estate Planning and…

Florida Estate Planning and Probate Law Blog

By Marc Soss.

http://floridaestateplanningandprobatelaw.blogspot.com/
  • Feb 20

    NEW 401-K RELAXED HARDSHIP RESTRICTIONS

    NEW 401-K RELAXED HARDSHIP RESTRICTIONS
    The Budget Act of 2018, signed into law on February 9, 2018, provides individuals with 401K retirement plans relaxed hardship restrictions. The new relaxed restrictions include: (i) Rescission of the IRS rule that prohibits a participant from…
  • Jan 25

    THE 2017 NEW TAX LAWS IMPACT ON HOME OWNERSHIP

    THE 2017 NEW TAX LAWS IMPACT ON HOME OWNERSHIP
    The federal income tax code has long favored home ownership over renting. A homeowner could claim an unlimited deduction for mortgage interest paid and state and local taxes incurred. The new tax law has turned this once advantageous…
  • Jan 19

    ESTATE PLANNING QUESTIONS FOR CONSIDERATION IN 2018

    ESTATE PLANNING QUESTIONS FOR CONSIDERATION IN 2018
    The new tax law makes significant changes to federal tax law and has implications for your existing estate plan. The following is a list of issues to consider when determining whether to update your estate planning documents. 1. Will the new…
Rank this Week: 1806

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/
  • Feb 20

    Calgary's Reverend Elvis in trademark dispute with Presley's estate

    Calgary's Reverend Elvis in trademark dispute with Presley's estate
    When you take on the role as the executor of an estate, you take it on for life. That is, unless a court tells you otherwise. You might think that once the estate has been distributed and the Releases signed, that's the end of the work, but…
  • Feb 13

    Neighbour denied $100,000 after deceased's cheque bounced

    Neighbour denied $100,000 after deceased's cheque bounced
    Have you ever wondered what would happen if a person wrote you a cheque but then that person died before the cheque went through? Would the cheque be valid? Would the deceased person's estate have to pay? Would the court uphold your right to…
  • Feb 12

    What's with executors giving personal items to non-beneficiaries?

    What's with executors giving personal items to non-beneficiaries?
    What is it with executors who give away the deceased's personal and household items to people who are not beneficiaries of the will? This week I've had several calls from family members who are upset and angry at executors who have given the…
Rank this Week: 4423

New York Estate Planning Lawyer…

New York Estate Planning Lawyer Blog

Covers estate planning, estate administration and estate taxes. By Ettinger Law Firm.

http://www.newyorkestateplanninglawyerblog.com/
  • Feb 20

    Warning Signs of Disagreements Over Your Estate Plan

    Warning Signs of Disagreements Over Your Estate Plan
    Working with an experienced estate planning attorney to ensure that your comprehensive estate plan meets your needs as well as the unique needs of your family and beneficiaries is an important part of the estate planning process. However,…
  • Feb 18

    The Importance of Business Succession Plan

    The Importance of Business Succession Plan
    Owning a business is hard work. Whether you have started your business from scratch or purchased it, business ownership is a challenging and rewarding experience. When you put so much time, energy, and money into making sure you operate a…
  • Feb 15

    Addressing College Costs in Your Estate Plan

    Addressing College Costs in Your Estate Plan
    The importance of education cannot be underestimated. From the foundations built in grade school to higher education, the rewards of focusing on education are many. So, too, are the costs. It is no secret that education, specifically higher…
Rank this Week: 4388

Newman Elder Law Blog

Newman Elder Law Blog

Provides legal information to those with aging family members and children with special needs.

http://www.buckscounty-elderlaw.com/blog/
  • Feb 20

    Why Keep All The Stuff?

    Why Keep All The Stuff?
    The mid to later part of the 20th century has given us many inventions, from the computer to the iPod and much more.  Of course, it’s the “much more” that is cluttering up homes across the country. From old LPs ……
  • Feb 13

    5 Ways for Seniors to Alleviate Boredom

    5 Ways for Seniors to Alleviate Boredom
    You finally broke free from the 9 to 5 grind and now retirement isn’t what you thought it would be and you are bored, very bored.  Or maybe you are the son, daughter, spouse of a retiree and you see … Continue reading →
  • Feb 13

    Seniors and Boredom

    Seniors and Boredom
    You finally broke free from the 9 to 5 grind and now retirement isn’t what you thought it would be and you are bored, very bored.  Or maybe you are the son, daughter, spouse of a retiree and you see … Continue reading →
Rank this Week: 2526

Lulich Attorneys & Consultants…

Lulich Attorneys & Consultants Blog

Covers personal injury and estate planning practices in South Florida.

http://lulich.com/blog/news/
  • Feb 19

    Do you know about the most recent Florida Laws?

    Do you know about the most recent Florida Laws?
    New Florida Laws in 2018 Several laws have recently gone into effect in Florida over the past month. The legislature is currently meeting for their annual session, and we will likely see many more laws that will be implemented this summer.…
  • Feb 11

    How does the new Tax Plan Affect you?

    How does the new Tax Plan Affect you?
    How does Trump’s new Tax plan affect you? As many people know, recently, on December 22, 2017, President Trump signed into a new tax plan. This plan will drop income tax for average American earners from the 25% bracket to the 22%…
  • Feb 2

    When would you use a Probate Attorney?

    When would you use a Probate Attorney?
    What does a Probate Lawyer do? Let’s say you have a will; you have planned out the way your assets will be distributed upon your death. So, where does a probate lawyer fit into all this estate planning? A probate attorney is the…
Rank this Week: 1613

Kevin A. Pollock BLAWG

Kevin A. Pollock BLAWG

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

http://willstrustsestates.blogspot.com/
  • Feb 19

    What Happens to My Facebook When I Die? :…

    What Happens to My Facebook When I Die? : How to Choose a Facebook Legacy Contact It’s probably not surprising to learn that Facebook has become the most widely-used social media outlet in the world, boasting over 2 billion active…
  • Nov 29

    Benefit of a Life Insurance Trust after the Repeal of NJ Estate Tax

    Benefit of a Life Insurance Trust after the Repeal of NJ Estate Tax
    As we get closer to the repeal of the New Jersey Estate Tax on January 1, 2018, it is important to remember that New Jersey has NOT gotten rid of its inheritance tax.  Accordingly, if you wish to leave money to brothers, sisters, nieces,…
  • Nov 9

    Change to Estate Tax Exemption Limit for 2018

    Change to Estate Tax Exemption Limit for 2018
    While the House and Senate are considering competing tax proposals, including a proposal to eliminate the federal estate tax, it is worth noting that the IRS has release Revenue Procedure 2017-58 which provides inflationary updates for a…
Rank this Week: 1498

Hook Law Center Blog

Hook Law Center Blog

Covers elder law and estate planning in Virginia.

https://www.hooklawcenter.com/blog/
  • Feb 19

    Protecting an Inheritance from Divorce

    Protecting an Inheritance from Divorce
    One of the most common questions estate planning attorneys receive is the proverbial “should I have a will or a trust?” Although the answer to that question must be given in light of each client’s individual circumstances,…
  • Feb 9

    Dementia and Driving

    Dementia and Driving
    Currently, more than 5 million Americans are living with dementia, and that number is expected to increase to over 16 million by the year 2050.  While many aspects of dementia are still a mystery, the disease itself and many of its…
  • Feb 5

    Cold or Flu – How to Tell the Difference

    Cold or Flu – How to Tell the Difference
    Well, it’s that time of year again—cold and flu season! If you haven’t had either one, you’re extremely fortunate. Experts tell us that more than 60,000 people in the US have had the flu already this year. According to…
Rank this Week: 1977

Hauptman and Hauptman, P.C. Blog

Hauptman and Hauptman, P.C. Blog

Covers guardianship, Medicaid, probate and estate administration.

http://www.hauptmanlaw.com/blog
  • Feb 18

    The Right to Control Funeral and Burial Arrangements (Part 1)

    The Right to Control Funeral and Burial Arrangements (Part 1)
           Recently my client, Joe asked me how he could be sure his wishes with respect to his funeral arrangements would be honored.  Joe is not married. He has children but is not close with them.  He has no…
  • Feb 11

    Irrevocable Trusts and Medicaid (Part 3)

    Irrevocable Trusts and Medicaid (Part 3)
           I promised in last week’s blog post that I would explain another solution to Mary’s Medicaid dilemma.  Her uncle left assets in a trust for Mary but the terms provide that the funds can be used for…
  • Feb 4

    Irrevocable Trusts and Medicaid – Part 2

    Irrevocable Trusts and Medicaid – Part 2
         In last week’s blog post I was talking about a call I received about Mary, who is now in a nursing home.  She has spent her assets towards her care and the only source of payment left is money that was left in…
Rank this Week: 2615