3 results for tag: Estate Planning


Posthumously Conceived Children

In Case of Kids Estate Implications of Posthumously Conceived Children Procreation is both a biological necessity and an emotional desire. Without children, our species ends and both nature and nurture are included in our survival instincts, Science advances significantly faster than society's ability to adapt. Laws and policies frequently lag behind our modern capabilities and childrearing is not exempt from the reality of Posthumously Conceived Children. The estate implications of In Vetro Fertilization (IVF) and similar medical procedures include the disposition and use of genetic materials post-mortem. What are the associated property ...

Estate Planning with Morris+D’Angelo Toward Maintaining Your Wealth

Cheating the Grim Reaper with Strategic Estate Planning Toward Helping You Retain What You Already Have   As the gift and estate tax exemption has significantly increased, and the estate tax rate decreased, individual income tax and capital gains tax rates have increased. This means that those who expect to have little or no estate tax liability should shift their focus to strategies for reducing income taxes. Fortunately, many estate planning strategies are available that can help reduce income taxes. This article discusses some of these strategies, with a sidebar looking at one in particular: the estate defective trust.    ...

2017 Estate Planning:
It’s Not Just For Your Grandfather Anymore

  Estate Planning isn't just for your Grandparents or the elderly. The sooner (younger) you start utilizing Expert Advice, the more likely you'll have a positive outcome. Continue to learn about Estate Planning strategies while you're still young. Don't let time fool you.     The sooner you plan, the more prepared you'll be for life's unexpected twists and turns. You can start now, regardless of your net worth. You might still be paying off student loans or credit cards for the foreseeable future. Surprisingly, your net worth is not the deciding factor in getting your estate organized. Instead, ask yourself how prepared ...