Tag Archives: Estate

Myth #9 – I Must Appoint The Same Person For All Of My Estate Planning

Last week, I dispelled the myth that you only need a Will in order to have a proper estate plan.  This week, I am focusing on who you give power to in these documents.  The person you grant power to … Continue reading

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Appeals Court Strikes Out Products Claim Filed by Estate of Former American League Rookie of the Year Mark “The Bird” Fidrych

Joseph S. Bussiere    (AP Photo/The Boston Globe, Frank O’Brien)  In a unanimous decision, a three-judge panel of the Massachusetts Appeals Court affirmed summary judgment against the estate of former Detroit Tigers’ pitcher, Mark Fidrych, in Pantazis v. Mack Trucks, … Continue reading

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ILN Announces Second Edition of “Buying & Selling Real Estate: An International Guide”

The ILN’s Real Estate Group is delighted to announce today the release of the second (and updated) edition of their guide, “Buying & Selling Real Estate: An International Guide.” This collaborative electronic guide offers a summary of key real estate … Continue reading

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How Estate Planners Can Help Parents of Young Children

Parents of young children are tired, anxious, and a bit overwhelmed. They’re balancing parenting goals with career goals and, more often than not, feeling like they’re meeting neither. They know they need a . . . will? Or is it … Continue reading

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Who Should Be Concerned About Estate Taxes?

While some states levy either estate taxes on the deceased person’s estate or inheritance taxes on the heirs, neither North Carolina or South Carolina have these taxes. You will not have to worry about state estate taxes unless you inherit … Continue reading

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