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MY PRACTICE My practice is focused primarily on the areas of estate planning and administration. However, these areas by their nature touch on a host of other legal areas in which I also …

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Don’t Misplace Your Trust – Proposed Tax Law Overhaul Targets Grantor Trusts, IRAs, and Other Financial Planning Tools

It’s been clear from the start that the new administration in Washington has its sights set on overhauling the tax code. However, the outline of proposed tax legislation unveiled on September 13 by the House Ways and Means Committee has made those changes all the more likely. Among those affected by the proposals would be high-net-worth and high-income individuals attempting to save for retirement or plan their estates. Here, we give you the rundown on the changes you should be aware of and how they could affect you. More >

An Estate Planning Tool You Can Trust: Spousal Lifetime Access Trusts (SLATs)

With estate and gift tax exemptions at a historical, all-time high (over $11.5 million per person), it’s the perfect opportunity for married couples to take advantage of a unique estate planning tool: the Spousal Lifetime Access Trust, or SLAT.  Before the current exemption is cut in half on January 1, 2026, we recommend that spouses explore the benefits of establishing a SLAT – not just for the benefit of one another, but for children and grandchildren – in order to reap the most from current tax protections. More >

CARES Act Charitable Contribution Extended for 2021

For 2021, giving to charity pays off. The Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) extended numerous provisions contained in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, signed into law in March 2020. These provisions include tax changes that allow donors to give more to charity at a lower cost. More >

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