Asset protection planning’s a high risk practice area that many estate planners “dabble” in. In my opinion, that’s a big mistake. Why?
Florida’s Fourth District: Does Rule 1.525′s 30-day Deadline Apply in Adversary Probate Proceedings?
If, when and how Civ. Pro. Rule 1.525, the rule setting a 30-day post-judgment deadline for filing attorney’s fee motions in civil litigation, applies to contested probate, guardianship and trust proceedings, is an important question.
U.S. public charities are blessed, but also challenged, by a relative lack of regulation governing their grants to foreign persons and foreign entities.
When discussing your estate planning needs with your attorney, after you discuss basic terms and concepts, your attorney will likely talk to you about the different types of revocable living trusts that may be appropriate for you.
A remedy may exist where an individual has left a document expressing testamentary wishes that does not comply with the formalities imposed by the Succession Law Reform Act, if it appears that the testator was physically incapable of executing a will before death.
I receive many calls requesting assistance with conveying real property into a trust, whether it be a revocable trust, land trust or the like.
What type of evidence do you need to bring to Court to prove a lack of capacity for California Trust and Will cases? In this video I describe the type of evidence required.
Yesterday I blogged about the 2014 Federal Budget and the changes to the taxation of testamentary trusts and estates. But the 2014 budget also contained other changes to the taxation of trusts that should be noted.