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Our latest insights on today's trust and planning issues.



The Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014
By Carol G. Kroch, Marguerite Weese, and Drew Horwitz
December 2014

Top Ten year-End Planning Strategies
By Bruce F. Hoffmeister, Esq.
November 2014

Donor Remorse: Common Mistakes in Charitable Giving
By Carol G. Kroch, Esq.
October 2014

The Flexibility and Freedom of a Delaware Directed Trust
By: Carol G. Kroch, Esq.,
Jeffrey C. Wolken, Esq.
October 2014

Make the Most of your Real Estate Investments: Estate planning considerations for residences and vacation homes
By: Donna Barwick,
June 2014

Maryland Increases its Estate Tax Exemption Amount Creating more favorable estate tax laws to help retain high-net-worth residents
By: Thomas Kelley and Eric Wyss,
May 2014

Dramatic Changes for Trusts & Estates Laws in NY State
By: Sharon Klein,
May 2014

The NY Non-Profit Revitalization Act Brings Major Overhaul for Non-profits and Charitable Trusts
By: Sharon Klein,
March 2014

Proposed Changes to New York Law may Impact Gifting Strategies for Residents
By: Sharon Klein,
March 2014

Top Ten Year-End Planning Tips
December 2013

Tax-Powered Philanthropy: Doing well by doing good could be even better in 2013
By: Carol G. Kroch, Esq.,
November 2013

Why Trusts Still Matter: The Brave New World of Estate Planning
September 2013

Low Interest Rates Still Present Attractive Planning Opportunities
By: Carol G. Kroch, Esq.,
August 2013

Issues and Insights: Diversity and Disability
By: Richard W. Nenno,
Martin M. Shenkman,
Orlando Lucero,
November 2011

Issues and Insights: Protecting Your Assets: What You Should Know about the Safety of Your Financial Accounts
Updated: July 2011

Issues and Insights: Highlights of Key Tax Provisions of Interest to High-Net-Worth Individuals and Business Owners in the 2010 Health Reform Legislation
By: Donald P. DiCarlo, J.D., LL.M. (Tax)
April 2010

Issues and Insights: Smart Money Sense While Traveling Abroad
December 2008

Issues and Insights: The Trust from Hell: Can It Be Moved to a Celestial Jurisdiction?
By Richard W. Nenno
July 2008


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