It is said that two heads are better than one, except when those two heads contradict one another, leading to problems. The same could be said about multiple wills.
When you think about what you want to leave your loved ones, is it always the material assets that first come to mind? Or, is it your wish to want to pass along life lessons, to the same extent you pass along bank accounts and jewellery?
Can You Be Found Guilty of “defalcation” for Billing a Client in Accordance with Florida’s Statutory Fee Schedule?
If there’s anyone out there that still believes F.S. 733.6171 (the probate code’s attorney’s fee statute) or its trust-code equivalent (F.S. 736.1007) establishes a fee that’s “set” or otherwise blessed by Florida law, this case is going to be a rude awakening.
Within the recent past, the success rates and popularity of conceiving a child through Assisted Reproductive Technologies (“ART”) have increased significantly. Technological advances now make it possible for genetic materials to be frozen and preserved for decades, before being thawed for use in the conception of children.
As reported in Sports Illustrated, the family of sports legend Jim Thorpe has lost the latest round in a protracted legal battle to have his remains returned to his homeland of the Sac and Fox in central Oklahoma.
Much to the sadness of many celebrities, socialites, fashionistas and even politicians, world renowned fashion designer, Oscar de la Renta, passed away on Monday, October 20, 2014, from complications with cancer.
The controversial topic of life support and when to “pull the plug” is likely to ignite debate wherever it is raised. The issue involves aspects of morality, religion, science, and, of course, law.
WealthCounsel’s 7th Annual Industry Trends Survey Finds That the Top Three Reasons Families Engage in Estate Planning
In March 2014, Trusts & Estates published the findings from the 7th Annual Industry Trends Survey conducted by WealthCounsel and WealthManagement.com.
Appreciation of fine art can create challenging tax issues, but with proper planning collectors can minimize the estate, gift, and income tax consequences of their collections.