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Maryland To Give Wealthy Residents a Tax Break
The Maryland General Assembly passed a bill last week and it is currently waiting for the Governor’s signature. The bill would increase Maryland’s estate tax exemption and would probably result in a substantial loss of tax revenue for the state.
Will are important for everyone, especially unmarried couples
Everyone needs a Will; however, if you are an unmarried couple living together, you should also create a Will
Using Land Trusts in Colorado
The land trust is a very powerful tool for the savvy real estate investor, and there are many reasons to use land trusts in Colorado. A Colorado land trust is a revocable, living trust used specifically for holding title to real estate.
Trusts 101
An overview on different forms of trusts for estate planning in Arizona.
Estate Planning Guide
A summary guide to estate planning.
Introduction to Probate Court in Illinois
This article provides a brief summary of the probate and guardianship court in Illinois.
TO TRUST OR NOT TO TRUST - DO YOU REALLY NEED A REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST?
Whether a Trust is a good Estate Planning tool or not.
Isn't Estate Planning Only For The Wealthy?
This article is directed to how estate planning can assist ordinary people.
Estate Planning After the Fiscal Cliff
Article provides a summary of how the Fiscal Cliff legislation has impacted estate planning
Estate Planning for Same-Sex Couples in Pennsylvania
This article explains the importance of estate planning in Pennsylvania for same sex-couples in order to ensure that the desires of same-sex couples are enforceable during incapacity or after death.
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