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Woodstock Estate Planning Lawyer

2230 Towne Lake Parkway Building 1200, Suite 120 Woodstock, GA, Woodstock 30189
(678) 250-9355

Ohio Probate Lawyer

200 Dixie Highway, Ohio 43460

Orlando Probate Lawyer

871 Outer Rd Suite B, Orlando, FL, Orlando 32814
(407) 737-7222

East Setauket Elder Law Lawyer

12 Research Way, East Setauket, East Setauket 11733

New York Elder Law Lawyer

45 W 34th St, Suite #1203,, New York 10001

East Setauket Elder Law Lawyer

45 W 34 St, Suite #1203, East Setauket 10001

East Setauket Elder Law Lawyer

12 Research Way, East Setauket, East Setauket 11733

Chandler Estate Planning Lawyer

2701 W. Queen Creek Rd., #3, Chandler 85248
(480) 418-8448

Danville Estate Planning Lawyer

318 Diablo Rd Ste C, Danville, CA 94526, Danville 94526
(925) 660-7544

California Wills and Living Wills Lawyer

72960 Fred Waring Dr., Suite 9, Palm Desert, CA ​, California 92260

Port Townsend Probate Lawyer

914 Washington St, Ste 3, Port Townsend, WA, Port Townsend 98368
(360) 344-8100

River Grove Trusts Lawyer

The Law office of John R Carrozza PC, 2715 Thatcher Ave, , River Grove IL 60171

Bloomington Trusts Lawyer

State Farm Automobile Insurance Company, 1 State Farm Plaza, , Bloomington IL 61701

Joliet Trusts Lawyer

Spesia & Ayers, 1415 Black Rd, , Joliet IL 60435

Bloomington Trusts Lawyer

Busey Trust Company, 2401 E Washington St, , Bloomington IL 61704

Chicago Trusts Lawyer

Lincoln Law Partners PC, 2663 N Lincoln Ave, , Chicago IL 60614

Springfield Trusts Lawyer

Graham & Graham, 1201 S 8th St, , Springfield IL 62703

Springfield Trusts Lawyer

Posegate & Denes, 3150 Roland Ave, , Springfield IL 62703

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What is a Credit Shelter Trust?

24 March, 2021

Trusts Law Articles

A credit shelter trust (CST) is an estate planning tool used for married couples to help reduce, if not eliminate, estate tax due at the death of the surviving spouse. Continue reading →

Beneficiary Trusts: Creditor Protection using HEMs

24 February, 2021

Trusts Law Articles

When creating a last will and testament or a living trust, there are certain planning techniques that can be advantageous to those who inherit your assets. One such technique is distributing assets to your beneficiaries in trust to provide them with creditor protection, which they would be unable to create for themselves. Continue reading →

The Third Party Supplemental Needs Trust Trigger

30 November, 2020

Trusts Law Articles

If you have a disabled child who is already receiving means-based government benefits, such as Medicaid or Social Security Supplemental Income, it is imperative that your estate planning documents leave that child’s share in a Supplemental Needs Trust (also called a Special Needs Trust). When assets are left to a disabled person in a Supplemental Needs Trust, they are not counted as available resources for the purpose of government benefit eligibility. Unlike Medicaid planning for oneself, there is no lookback period when assets are left from the outset in Special Needs Trust; they are immediately protected. Continue reading →

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