Tag Archives: Estate

Estate Planning After Divorce, Part I

In marriage you built a life together that now no longer exists. Part of that may have included drafting wills and other estate planning documents that now need serious revision, since they all include your former spouse in some way. … Continue reading

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Estate Planning Marketing: Your Existing Clients

Posted by Kyle E. Krull, Esq., President INTEGRITY MARKETING SOLUTIONS There is an old story told about the prospector who searched the world for diamonds only to find an acre of diamonds in his own backyard. The moral of the … Continue reading

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New York Estate Planning Best Done Before Health Declines

When it comes to New York estate planning, timing matters. While it is always better to conduct some long-term financial and well-being preparation than none, there is a large benefit to handling the planning while one is still capable. This … Continue reading

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More on the 2011 Federal Estate Tax Return

The IRS has released the final instructions for the 2011 United States Estate (and Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax Return (Form 706), and Guidance on Electing Portability of Deceased Spousal Exclusion Amount (Notice 2011-82). Read more detail on Recent Tax Law Posts … Continue reading

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Is "Buyer Beware" Alive and Well? An Overview of Massachusetts Real Estate Disclosure Law

Caveat Emptor: "Let The Buyer Beware" Caveat Emptor is an old common law rule which means "Let the Buyer Beware." In plain English, it means that home buyers are on their own when it comes to the condition of the … Continue reading

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