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Blog Posts in November, 2016

  • 3 Major Benefits of Living Trusts

    Most people believe that naming beneficiaries in their last will and testament is their only option for leaving property and assets to surviving loved ones at the time of their death. While this is indeed an option, perhaps a better option is to use a legal tool known as a living trust . A living trust, also known as an “inter vivos” or “revocable” trust, is a written legal document through which ...
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  • 5 Things You Should Include in Your Will

    While nobody ever wants to entertain the thought of their own death, it is an inevitability that must be planned for ahead of time. One of the most important ways for you to plan your final affairs is to draft a thorough and legally sound last will and testament . This document will provide your surviving loved ones with clear instructions regarding how you want your property and assets to be ...
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  • More Reasons to Consider Transfer Tax Planning

    Clients with Interests in Family Held Entities Urged to Consider Transfer Tax Planning While Discounts Remain Available By Michael Davidov, Esq., CFP Minority and marketability discounts are important benefits in transfer tax (estate and gift tax) planning for clients with closely held family entities and businesses, such as limited liability companies (LLCs), closely held corporations and limited ...
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