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3 Things to Update in Your Estate Plan if You Are Getting Divorced

Divorce comes with a long, long list of things that you need to do and items that you need to give consideration to. If you are getting divorced, one of the things that you should be thinking about is your … Continue reading

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Could a “Nesting” Parenting Plan Be Your Best Choice After Divorce?

Everyone knows that divorce is hard on all of those who are involved – especially the kids. Even if you try to keep them out of the fighting and the negotiations, you may not realize how much your children actually … Continue reading

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Pension plan considerations in the M&A context

In any acquisition, whether for shares or assets, employee benefits and obligations must be taken into account. One of the potentially most onerous obligations includes the provision of pension benefits to employees – this makes it all the more important … Continue reading

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Plan Carefully When Buying a Home With Parents

The rising cost of long-term care for seniors, combined with rising real estate prices, are making multi-generational co-ownership of a shared family home an increasingly attractive proposition. In theory, everyone in the family benefits from a multi-generational living arrangement. Grandparents … Continue reading

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New PBGC Web Page Provides Guidance for Common DB Plan Questions

The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. (PBGC) on July 25 launched a web page that compiles staff responses to questions from practitioners about Employee Retirement Income Savings Act (ERISA) Title IV requirements that may be of interest to other practitioners. designer491 … Continue reading

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