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The most recent Estate Analyst newsletter, highlights the different hurdles of planning for new stars, and athletes.
Healy, based in Redwood City, is a member of the firm's business and commercial litigation, director/officer liability and white collar crime practice areas.
This week's Your Money column tells of Krysten Crawford and her two siblings, who had to wrap up their mother's financial and legal affairs after she died in February.
Dan Moisand , a Principal at Moisand Fitzgerald Tamayo, LLC in Melbourne and Maitland, Fla., is one of the financial planning profession's most respected practitioners advising retirees and near retirees.
If you answered yes to any of these, here's another question for you: Do you have an estate plan in place? While you may think that estate planning only applies to wealthy individuals with millions in assets who live on, well, estates a think again.
Estate planning is the process of designating, during your life, the disposition of your assets upon your death in a manner that attempts to eliminate administrative uncertainties, reduce taxes, and maximize asset protection.
My associate Joe Sullender, senior vice president for investments at Wells Fargo Advisors, recently became aware of a potential tax consequence of leaving your Thrift Savings Plan balance to your spouse in a beneficiary participant account.
As the State of Wisconsin recently warned, Consumers should be wary of 'living trusts' preparers.
When rapper Heavy D passed away in 2011 from a pulmonary embolism, the public saw his family rally together and settle his affairs.
Today, LL.M. degrees, a.k.a. Masters of Law, or, for the fancy, the Latin name Legum Magister, are offered in a variety of legal specialties ranging from trial advocacy to intellectual property to international law to taxation.
On May 14, 2013, Governor Dayton signed a bill modifying Minnesota Statutes Sections 517 and 518.
There is a need for farmers to pay closer attention to estate planning if they want to pass on their farming operations.
There have been several revisions in Capital Gains tax and surtaxes for the financial year 2013, and to comply with these changes, clients require the services of experts.
"Portability" is a relatively new concept in estate planning. Introduced in 2012 for a two-year period, portability allows a spouse to transfer or make "portable" the unused portion of his or her lifetime gift tax exclusion to the other spouse.