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American Lawyer Media Releases Law Firm Merger and Lateral Modeling Tool: Let the Scenario Planning Begin

American Lawyer Media (or more precisely, Steven Brill the founder of the American Lawyer) pioneered the collection of law firm data in the mid-1980’s with the publication of the first Amlaw 100 list.  For better or for worse, the  ALM … Continue reading

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Podcast: Litigation Issues Involving Children in Estate Planning

ACTEC Trust and Estate Talk Episode 21 entitled Litigation Issues Involving Children in Estate Planning has recently been posted. Most clients who engage in planning want to benefit future generations. Members of those future generations are frequently minors and young… … Continue reading

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5 Things to Consider When Planning for Divorce

For many couples, planning for divorce might as well as be hoping for the worst to happen to their marriage. But just like life insurance, planning for a divorce is something you’ll thank yourself for doing when the need for … Continue reading

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4 QUOTES THAT WILL MAKE YOU THINK ABOUT YOUR IDAHO ESTATE PLANNING

By Lane V. Erickson, Idaho Estate Planning Attorney Estate planning has been around as long as people have lived on the Earth. For nearly 20 years I have focused my legal practice towards estate planning so that I could help … Continue reading

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CLE on IRA Distributions in Estate Planning: Trusts as Beneficiaries

The National Business Institute is holding a teleconference entitled, IRA Distributions in Estate Planning: Trusts as Beneficiaries, on Wednesday, September 26, 2018, at Central: 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM. Provided below is a description of the event: Program Description Make… … Continue reading

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