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The Tools & Techniques of Estate Planning for Modern Families

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The Tools & Techniques of Estate Planning for Modern Families provides insights, tools, and techniques for issues unique to modern and blended families. Estate planning for all family scenarios is included along with factors unique to modern families such as specific tax issues, premarital and relationship formalization considerations, and lifetime estate planning options.

The Tools & Techniques of Estate Planning for Modern Families

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The Tools & Techniques of Estate Planning for Modern Families is simply the only resource that focuses exclusively on handling the issues associated with estate planning for blended, step, and same-sex families. This groundbreaking resource covers these blended-family scenarios:
» Brady Bunch
» May/December
» Empty Nesters
» Eat, Drink, and Remarry

Written by expert author L. Paul Hood, currently Director of Planned Giving at The University of Toledo Foundation, and edited by Stephan R. Leimberg, only The Tools & Techniques of Estate Planning for Modern Families will immediately enable you to:
» Fully plan for unmarried partners
» Take into consideration all estate-planning issues connected with blended families
» Manage the effects of the Supreme Court’s ruling regarding the Defense of Marriage Act
» Help your clients preserve their assets through changing circumstances
» Quickly fill in the huge gaps in traditional estate-planning references
» Steer far clear of major malpractice pitfalls

 

 ISBN
9781939829146
 EISBN
9781939829153
 Page Count
Approx. 900 pages
 Publication Date
Nov 22, 2013
 Author
L. Paul Hood and Stephan R. Leimberg