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James Brown’s Will Contested By: Peggy Hutchison | Jul 16th 2015 – Following James ‘the Godfather of Soul’ Brown’s death on Christmas Day, 25 December 2006 of congestive heart failure at the age of 73, an irrevocable trust document signed separately from his Last Will & Testament Tags: Protect Your Assets From Preditors With A Trust By: dav5a8h4wo | Oct 6th 2013 – In the United States, there is an ever present risk of frivolous lawsuits. As a result, more and more people with assets to protect are turning to asset protection strategies to insulate them from these risks. An irrevocable trust is one strategy commonly used to protect assets. Tags: An Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust Can Be Useful For Estate Planning Strategies By: Shane Flait | Aug 6th 2013 – Life insurance creates money in the form of a death benefit when you die. That death benefit goes tax free to the beneficiary. But a death benefit’s purpose can change during your life. At retirement, your wealth may be better served by using life insurance within an irrevocable trust – an ILIT. Here’s why… Tags: Can The Creator Of An Irrevocable Trust Revoke Or Amend The Trust In New York? By: Project | Jan 17th 2013 – One situation in which an irrevocable trust may be revoked or amended is where the creator of the trust, due to change of circumstances or deaths of beneficiaries or for other reasons, decides that it would be better to revoke or to amend the irrevocable trust. Tags: Use A Grat To Save On Gift Taxes To Your Kids By: Shane Flait | Aug 3rd 2012 – If you expect to have several million remaining in your estate, arrange to transfer some wealth while you’re living in a way that triggers little or no gift tax. You can use a grantor retained annuity trust (GRAT) to do so. A GRAT is an irrevocable trust set up for only a certain term of years and designed to transfer the a … Tags: Types Of Trusts By: bribt0j0ke | Apr 18th 2012 – A trust may be a legal file which provides solid explanations for how particular assets need to be managed upon your departure. A trust just isn’t something which replaces a will but it is a file that can secure your beneficiaries and in addition decrease income taxes. Just about the most typical types of trusts is a living … Tags: Utah Estate Planning|utah Estate Planning Attorney|utah Probate By: Mike Sell | May 4th 2011 – Questions To Ask One’s Estate Planning Attorney presents and explains some of the basic questions you should ask your estate planning attorney. Tags: How To Leave An Inheritance For Your Children By: ParmanLawOK | Apr 12th 2011 – If you pass away before your children reach adulthood, you must take special care with their inheritance Tags: Use A Life Insurance Trust To Achieve Some Estate Planning Goals By: Shane Flait | Apr 6th 2011 – Life insurance creates money in the form of a death benefit when you die. A couple or reasons to hold an insurance policy during retirement include helping to pay estate taxes and ensuring a specific legacy to your heirs. But estate taxes can take a big chunk of your estate – and that includes any proceeds of your life insu … Tags: Irrevocable Trust | Asset Protection Attorney In Utah By: leeMc | Mar 29th 2011 – f your irrevocable trust is created in a manner that is ethically and legally appropriate, it can protect your assets from creditors, bankruptcy, divorce, government agencies, estate taxes, and any other liabilities that you may experience. This will give you great security and peace of mind. Tags: The Perils Of "��i Love You"�� Wills By: MoultonLawWA | Mar 22nd 2011 – Do you and your spouse have "��I Love You"�� Wills? You know, simple wills that mirror each other, leaving all your possessions outright to your spouse? Tags: What Is Irrevocable Trusts? By: Bob White | Mar 22nd 2011 – Irrevocable trust simply a legal instrument that people can use to organize the real estate funds and property. Tags: Beyond Basics: The Irrevocable Trust By: KulasLawFL | Mar 16th 2011 – The revocable living trust has become an indispensible estate planning tool in recent years. It gives you the ability to avoid probate, plan for disability, and keep your personal affairs private, while at the same time offering you the flexibility to remain in full control of your assets Tags: What"��s The Difference Between An Irrevocable And A Revocable Trust? By: KulasLawFL | Mar 16th 2011 – When you"��re deciding what type of trust you need, it"��s important to understand what"��s available to you. Tags: Asset Protection Through An Offshore Company By: Peter Robertson | Mar 16th 2011 – An offshore company or an offshore bank is one that is located offshore or outside the nation, where the depositor resides. The offshore bank is generally located in a low tax jurisdiction. Tags: What Is An Irrevocable Trust? By: MillerLawMA | Mar 11th 2011 – An irrevocable trust is one that"��s created so that, once it is signed, it"��s permanent – it can"��t be changed or done away with. Tags: Benefits Of A Life Insurance Trust By: SextonLawAR | Mar 10th 2011 – An Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust (ILIT) is a Trust used to hold your life insurance policy. Upon your death, your life insurance policy can pay into this Trust instead of directly to a beneficiary. Tags: Life Insurance And Your Estate Plan By: davidlawnc | Feb 26th 2011 – Most people understand the need for life insurance, but not everyone knows that this insurance is also a very important element to a solid estate plan. Life insurance will come into play with your estate plan in a couple of different ways. Tags: Develop An Estate Plan By Creating A Trust By: Dean Betts | Feb 21st 2011 – According to Dean Betts Jr., Esquire, a Georgetown, DE lawyer at The Betts Law Firm, P. A., estate planning is vital in case you are incapacitated or pass on suddenly, and oftentimes a trust can be a part of that. Here, Betts talks about what a trust can do for you, although he cautions that it is not for everyone"�� Tags: Estate Planning 101: What Is A Trust? By: Scott Carlyon | Feb 17th 2011 – Effective use of trusts in estate planning requires not only awareness of these trust basics, but familiarity with specialized trusts that might be a good fit for particular cases, such as those involving life insurance policies and charities. Tags: Using An Ab Trust To Make The Most Of Marital Exemptions By: SchneiderLawOR | Jan 12th 2011 – An AB Trust is an estate planning tool used by married couples that capitalizes on the unlimited marital deduction of each spouse. The unlimited marital deduction means spouses can leave an unlimited amount of property to their surviving spouse with no Federal estate taxes. An AB Trust allows spouses to double the amount … Tags: Irrevocable Trust: Probing The Pros And Cons By: Ashley Smith | Jan 4th 2011 – It is important that you consult an experienced legal expert before you decide on what type of trust to create. There are several pros and cons with this type of trust and should be considered in an unbiased fashion. Tags: Lawyer Reveals How The Right Kind Of Trust Can Shield Your Parents By: Darlynn Morgan | Nov 25th 2010 – How can mom or dad still qualify for Medi-Cal without sacrificing everything they own in the process? Simply put, they need an irrevocable trust. Tags: Charitable Remainder Trusts By: Ishan Goradiya | Nov 2nd 2010 – In planning for your retirement, you may face several financial issues. Maybe you"��d like to generate retirement income, but don"��t want to pay capital gains tax on investments you"��ve held for several years. Tags: Offshore Trusts: An Asset Security Tool By: Sam Hall | Sep 14th 2010 – The use of offshore trusts and offshore bank accounts proves to be an excellent way for U.S. citizens to legally and securely protect their assets from court seizures and civil and federal litigation. Tags: Asset Planning Strategies By: Ashley Smith | Sep 13th 2010 – If you are giving asset planning a serious thought this article may help you. Keep on reading the article to get an overview of asset planning. Tags: Determining Which Trust Serves Your Purpose Better By: Ashley Smith | Aug 23rd 2010 – Opting for an irrevocable trust helps you to avoid the estate taxes, the probate process and saves it from creditors"��. It is often a good way to manage your assets. Tags: Advanced Estate Planning: Going Beyond The Basics In Plano Texas! By: Plano Estate Planning Attorney | Aug 8th 2010 – , Plano Attorney Aaron Miller, specializes in both Basic and Advanced Estate Planning for families. Call 214-292-4225 and schedule your Complimentary Consultation today. Tags: Family Limited Partnership By: Timmy Vic | Jul 30th 2010 – Get to know more about asset protection when it comes to protection of your personal and business assets, which includes a family limited partnership. Tags: Oklahoma Long Tem Care By: Christine Walker | Jul 23rd 2010 – The costs of long-term care in Oklahoma rises each year, leaving the woes to many uninsured elders and their caregiving families. The state of Oklahoma has adopted the Long Term Care Partnership Program to address the most dreadful health care issue. Tags: Plan Your Pet"��s Future Welfare Ahead Of Time By: Linus Xavier | Apr 15th 2010 – "��What is going to happen to my cats if I die?"�� This was Betty"��s most concern the night before her hysterectomy while lying on her hospital bed. Sassy, her 8 year old Siamese was at the time staying with her sister who gladly agreed to do so while Betty underwent surgery and recovered. Tags: Asset Protection: Why It Is So Very Important By: Peter Robertson | Mar 25th 2010 – Asset protection is an integral part of high end finance and investment. By definition you may consider asset protection a legal system which is used to protect assets from judgments. When asset protection is guaranteed you may regard your assets as safe from judgment. Tags: Maximize Tax Benefits With An Irrevocable Trust By: Wade Anderson | Dec 23rd 2009 – Want tax benefits for your estate? Want to protect your assets? An irrevocable trust agreement can do both and more. Tags: Devices For Answering Your 5 Estate Planning Questions By: Shane Flait | Nov 6th 2009 – Estate planning arranges handling yourself and your assets when you become sufficiently disabled and when you die. In this article I suggest strategies to use in your response to the 5 key estate planning question. Tags: California Estate Planning Attorney Explains Pending Estate Tax Legislation Before Congress By: Kevin Von Tungeln | Nov 4th 2009 – Changes to the federal estate tax law are being considered before Congress. Some may affect the estate plans already in place. Tags: Life Insurance An Important Part Of Your Business Succession Plan By: Denise Mancini | Jul 2nd 2009 – No matter how certain the future seems, there is always a need for a business succession plan. It’s all too easy to give planning a miss when things are going well. But what happens when an unforeseen illness, a natural disaster, a premature death, or the sudden retirement of top management turns all your progress upside do … Tags: How To Let Medicaid Pay For Your Long Term Care By: Shane Flait | Jun 29th 2009 – ‘Medicaid Planning’ has come to mean planning to transfer your assets to loved ones in order to qualify for Medicaid coverage of your long term care (LTC) costs. That’s because annual nursing home costs about $75,000 nationwide and can easily eat through assets and savings. This article explains some key issues involved in … Tags: How To Buy Mexico Beach Real Estate For Sale By: Tom Budniak | May 2nd 2008 – In order for those who are not natives of Mexico to find Mexico Beach real estate for sale or to own Mexico Beach Real Estate in Mexico they should almost always use a bank trust to do so effectively. This type of trust is known as a fideicomiso. Tags: Advantages Of Charitable Trusts To Businesses By: Kip Goldhammer | Aug 12th 2007 – Businesses can gain immensely from charitable trusts, though these trusts are nonprofit organizations that are set up for the benefit of some other party. Tags: Taxes You Must Consider Before Passing On Your Properties To Your Heirs By: Kris | Jul 18th 2007 – If you intend to transfer property to your heirs during your lifetime, you must take the relevant provisions of Gift Tax into consideration because you will have to use the mode of gifting away your property. Tags: Remarriage And Estate Planning By: Kris | Jun 5th 2007 – Ideally, there should not have been any necessity for estate planning. In a congenial family atmosphere, surviving members would amicably have divided everything equitably and set matters at rest. Tags: Medicaid Asset Protection By: Rocco Beatrice | Mar 7th 2007 – As tax preparation time begins, many seniors are asking to include Medicaid asset protection as part of their tax planning strategies. For those of you not familiar with the 2005 Tax Reduction Act, some of the provisions address specific transfers by seniors under the new Medicare nursing home provisions. Under the new pr … Tags: How To Hide Assets By: Rocco Beatrice | Mar 7th 2007 – In social functions, I always get asked about "How do I hide my assets?" From who are you trying to hide your assets from? Is there a legitimate way to hide your assets? You will know if you have succeeded in hiding your assets if an asset search by an extremely interested party does not reveal your identity. … Tags: Why A Will Is Not Enough To Save Anna Nicole Smith’s Baby Daughter? By: Rocco Beatrice | Mar 7th 2007 – With much discomfort I have been forced to watch the Anna Nicole Smith probate proceedings and much more information than I wanted to know about Anna Nicole’s life events. Her reported death is everywhere: on TV, in print, magazines, online and everywhere else you can imagine. The media has made a circus of showing the lega … Tags: Hide My Assets From Medicare By: Rocco Beatrice | Jan 14th 2007 – In social functions, I always get asked about the new Medicare nursing home qualifications. Seniors become very anxious about having to spend-down their assets with no cap on the amount that they can keep. This unlimited drain on their funds is of major concern to the healthy spouse, and because the sick spouse can’t do a … Tags: How The Nursing Home Spend-down Program Affects You And Your Family By: Rocco Beatrice | Jan 14th 2007 – Your Federal Government has mandated (as of June 30, 2006) that before you qualify for nursing home care, you must spend-down all of your assets. These restrictive new rules are designed to impoverish the healthy spouse. They have mandated a 5 year look-back, that means you better have done something to protect your assets … Tags: Get Tax Benefits, Protect Your Assets With An Irrevocable Trust By: Wade Anderson | Jul 15th 2006 – Want tax benefits for your estate? Want to protect your assets? An irrevocable trust agreement can do both and more. Tags: 相关的主题文章: