Posts Categorized: Inheritance Planning

You May Not Get an Inheritance

According to recently released survey data, Americans expecting to receive an inheritance from their wealthy parents may be in for a bit of bad luck. The recently released study conducted by Bank of America’s private...

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Religion and Estate Planning

As a recent Wall Street Journal article points out, religious concerns in estate planning are often more important to people than questions about financial or material concerns. Your estate planning attorney exists to help you...

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Common-Law Marriages And Estate Planning

Common-law marriages are one of the most widely misunderstood areas of the law. When you are making your estate plan, it’s important that you speak to your attorney about any questions you have about the...

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What are Specific Gifts?

$25,000 to the University of Washington, general scholarship fund. $10,000 to the American Cancer Society. $20,000 to a trust for grandchildren. My GE stock to Cousin Betty

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