Protect your assets! Without proper planning, a divorce can have devastating financial consequences. Premarital and postmarital estate planning, such as trusts, family limited partnerships and prenup
With the estate tax laws currently in effect, coupled with historically low interest rates and distressed asset values, it is important to review estate planning and consider whether to take advantag
The most advantageous areas of gifting are now with real estate, business assets and whole, universal and variable life insurance policies with high cash values
Client confusion over the nature of these estate planning vehicles often results in disappointment and surprise when they realize that the home they think of as theirs isn't, or the insurance policy
...discount. This may be accomplished by creating a Qualified Personal Residence Trust (QPRT), an estate planning freezing technique. A QPRT is an irrevocable...
...15 years, tax professionals have relied upon the Qualified Personal Residence Trust (QPRT) as the standard technique for removing a personal residence and its appreciation...
...remain living in the home, is through a Qualified Personal Residence Trust (QPRT). While the QPRT is a valuable technique, another � and possibly even more...
This article reviews the impact changing interest rates have on certain estate planning techniques, pointing out how those techniques fare in high and low interest rate environments
...Mrs. Jones' attorney failed to uncover essential information before drafting the QPRT. Mrs. Jones estimated her assets at $3,250,000 and...
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