Today is Giving Tuesday, so today’s blog post focuses on ensuring that you are doing everything necessary to receive your charitable deduction, especially in light of a recent court decision.
There seems to be some confusion in Missouri over the permissible contractual relationships among the preneed seller, the preneed trustee and the independent investment advisor.
This month’s blog post will address a recent decision by the Appellate Division, First Department, entered in In re Perelman, that helps reiterate and define the parameters of discovery proceedings.
As an employer, you’ve worked hard to put together an attractive benefits package – vacation, insurance, retirement benefits, and maybe even some unusual perks.
There’s a new no-contest case in California — Doolittle v. Exchange Bank.
Tom Clancy, who died in October 2013 at age 66, was best known for his many New York Times # 1 bestsellers in the techno-thriller spy genre he invented, but the author was not as renowned in the obscure world of estate tax allocation.
I am a millennial. I grew up in the age of the Internet, computers, and text messaging.
In an unusual move for a death care regulator, the Federal Trade Commission weighed in on the preneed turf war that has erupted between Pennsylvania funeral directors and StoneMor Partners.
It was recently revealed that approximately 180 former University of North Carolina basketball players received a surprise check and letter in the mail from their former coach, Dean Smith.
The Supreme Court has recently struck down state bans on same-sex marriage as unconstitutional in Obergefell v. Hodges, 576 US ___ (2015), after previously striking down the federal exclusion of same-sex couples from marriage-related laws in US v. Windsor, 570 US ___ (2013).