Estate Planning

The estate consequences of same-sex relationships – International Law Office

The estate consequences of same-sex relationshipsInternational Law OfficeThe conflict of laws, where what is legal abroad is not permitted in Bermuda, can have wide-ranging implications for estate-planning and succession purposes. Those difficulties can be overcome by same-sex couples only by entering into formal …

Watch a 16-Bit Community Cast Join the Gaming World – Paste Magazine

Paste Magazine Watch a 16-Bit Community Cast Join the Gaming WorldPaste Magazine“Digital Estate Planning” will follow the cast as they grab controllers and prepare to do gaming battle to help Pierce. The episode will feature Breaking Bad's Giancarlo Esposito as Gilbert Lawson, the right-hand man of Pierce's late father and threat …"Community" To Air Video Game Episode For Season FinaleNeon…read more →

Bank of the West Hires Trust Services Leader as Chief Fiduciary Officer – MarketWatch (press release)

Bank of the West Hires Trust Services Leader as Chief Fiduciary OfficerMarketWatch (press release)Cripps brings a depth of experience across a range of areas, having held senior leadership and advisory roles in trust, tax and estate planning. In this role, Cripps is responsible for overseeing the group's fiduciary responsibilities to the affluent …Bank of the West Names Chief Fiduciary OfficerFinancial-Planning.com…read more →

Here’s A Pretty Strong Case For Including Fido In Your Estate Plan – Business Insider

Business Insider Here's A Pretty Strong Case For Including Fido In Your Estate PlanBusiness InsiderIn recent years, it has become easier than ever to make estate-planning arrangements for pets. All but a handful of states, for example, have passed laws that permit pet owners to pass on assets for their care. Illinois began allowing residents to … and more »

Pet estate planning: It’s easier than ever to include your pets in your estate … – Chicago Tribune

Pet estate planning: It's easier than ever to include your pets in your estate …Chicago TribuneIn recent years, it has become easier than ever to make estate-planning arrangements for pets. All but a handful of states, for example, have passed laws that permit pet owners to pass on assets for their care. Illinois began allowing residents to …

Ronk: Be prepared with estate planning – Mount Vernon News

Mount Vernon News Ronk: Be prepared with estate planningMount Vernon NewsKnox County Probate Judge James Ronk, standing, provides a wide range of information and advice on estate planning and the probate process during a Saturday morning seminar at the main office of First-Knox National Bank. (Photo by Bill Amick) By Bill …

What everyone needs to know about estate planning – Adrian Daily Telegram (blog)

What everyone needs to know about estate planningAdrian Daily Telegram (blog)By ARA There's a common misconception among the American public that estate planning is only the domain of the elderly or the very wealthy. That's far from the truth. There's a common misconception among the American public that estate planning is only … and more »

Matt Wallace: With estate planning fees, you get what you pay for – Port Huron Times Herald

Matt Wallace: With estate planning fees, you get what you pay forPort Huron Times HeraldThere are a lot of different types of estate plans being sold out there. It is best you know what you are buying. / GETTY IMAGES I regularly get asked, “How much does a will cost?” Or, “How much is a trust?” Well, this is not…read more →

ESTATE PLANNING: Joint tenants with rights of survivorship – nwitimes.com

ESTATE PLANNING: Joint tenants with rights of survivorshipnwitimes.comThe basic difference between joint tenancy and tenants in common, as it applies to estate planning, is what happens to an interest following a death. When a joint tenant dies, his or her interest is transferred to the surviving joint tenants as a …

Treating Children Equally in Estate Planning Is a Mistake – TheStreet.com

TheStreet.com Treating Children Equally in Estate Planning Is a MistakeTheStreet.comBy Michael Maye 05/11/12 – 10:01 AM EDT NEW YORK (TheStreet) — The most common refrain I hear when assisting clients with estate planning is that they want to treat their children equally. It's a parent's instinctual, default position. and more »