President-Elect Biden has proposed significant changes to the tax code. These changes may require revisions to your Estate Plan prior to the end of the year. Join us for a webinar that will address how the proposed changes will affect...Continue Reading
Reproductive Technology & Estate Planning
Under most state laws and the Uniform Parentage Act, posthumously birthed children are treated equal with any other biological children. However, advanced reproductive technology such as sperm banking or using frozen eggs/embryos has given way to a new phenomenon: posthumously conceived children, or children created after one or both parents have died. Obviously, this raises new questions about how these situations should be handled in estates and trusts.Continue Reading
An ILIT is a powerful tool that should be considered in wealth management and estate planning for those who may be approaching the estate tax threshold. An ILIT can provide you and your loved ones with significant benefits. The attorneys...Continue Reading
Over the next two to three decades, the U.S. will see the largest generational wealth transfer in history from the boomer generation.
Consequently, a large concern for many families is potential changes to the death tax, especially in an election...Continue Reading