It seems that for the foreseeable future, the federal estate tax will continue to affect only the very wealthy Americans. The currently high federal estate tax exemption, coupled with the portability feature, means that for most Americans, the federal estate […]
This week, attorney Marlaine C. Teahan hosted a seminar, “Get Your Ducks In A Row,” with with Certified Financial PlannersTM David Shotwell and Beth Baer of Shotwell Rutter Baer, and with Diana B. Mitchell, CPA, CSEP, Senior Tax Manager at Maner […]
A new rule released by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on September 28 prohibits nursing homes that receive Medicare or Medicaid funding from including binding arbitration clauses within their admissions contracts.
The diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease makes planning for the future more important than ever. Concerns about care provision and programs that can help offset costs mean that families need accurate information about legal and financial planning specific to the disease.
Fraser Trebilcock’s Spring 2016 Estate Strategies newsletter contains valuable information on a variety of Trusts and Estates topics, including: Did your grandfather leave you his Colt Army Revolver in his will? A new Senate Bill aims to simplify the inheritance […]
It’s March and right around the time I finished completing my NCAA basketball tournament brackets, I also completed an Estate Tax Return. While discussing my bracket selections with a colleague, she had asked if I remembered to complete the new […]
You likely already know how important it is to plan for yourself, but it’s especially imperative for those caring for children with disabilities to know what options are available to their children and what government benefits might be available to […]
Did your grandfather leave you his Colt Army Revolver in his will? Are you the personal representative of an estate and have to deal with disposition of firearms? If so, than Senate Bill 225 should help. It was signed by […]