Accounting for Art in the Estate Planning Process

Though we often associate estate planning, the process of preparing for the transfer of wealth, with tangible assets like real estate or cold, hard cash, or even intangible assets like banking or investment accounts, the fact of the matter is that for those of us Read More …

Debt after Death: Who Takes on the Debt after a Debtor Dies?

Picture this scenario: You are approaching the end of your life, yet your balance sheet is in the red. You still have a significant sum you owe to an assortment of creditors. “Ah-ha!” you triumphantly think. “They can only take it while I’m alive. I Read More …

The GOP Tax Plan’s Effect on Estate Planning

New GOP Tax Plan May Actually Be To Die For The new House GOP tax plan has caused a stir of controversy in the past few weeks. On November 2, 2017, the House Ways and Means Committee issued H.R. 1 called “Tax Cuts and Jobs Read More …