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Estate and Elder Law Planning News and Press Releases

Jonathan G. Blattmachr, JD

Alaska Governor Recognizes InterActive Legal Co-Founder

Governor Bill Walker cites contributions by Jonathan Blattmachr
MELBOURNE, FL - June 14, 2017


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Cariloop

INTERACTIVE LEGAL AND CARILOOP ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP

Companies Join Forces to Improve Strategic Planning For Elder Care
DALLAS, TX – APRIL 16, 2015


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Jonathan G. Blattmachr, JD

INTERACTIVE LEGAL OFFERS COMPLIMENTARY WEBINAR – "THE ART AND SCIENCE OF DECANTING"

Presented by Jonathan G. Blattmachr, JD and Teresa L. Bush, JD
MELBOURNE, FL – JUNE 26, 2013


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 Vanessa L. Kanaga, J.D.

INTERACTIVE LEGAL WELCOMES VANESSA L. KANAGA, J.D.

InterActive Legal proudly announces that Vanessa L. Kanaga, J.D. has joined the company to further the development of their legal innovations.
MELBOURNE, FL – JUNE 05, 2013


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Events

Estate Planning Roadmap—Part 1

While no one can predict the 2020 election, there is a possibility of a shift of control in Washington to consider. In addition, changes in demographic trends, and increasing elder financial abuse, the challenges to estate planners have become ever more complex. This Webinar will explore various planning strategies that practitioners may employ to help clients capitalize on the estate tax environment created by the 2017 tax act, with consideration of these newer developments and trends affecting income tax planning, asset protection planning, drafting conventions and more.

Are You a Sitting Duck in Your Law Practice? An In-Depth Look at ADA Accessible Websites

Do law firms fall under the ADA website accessibility and compliance rules, standards, and case law? What about small law firms – those with fewer than 15 employees? Is this even a topic we should spend our valuable (billable) time on? Don’t miss this in-depth look at an issue that many attorneys may not yet realize is important to consider.

Wills in the Cloud – The Pros, Cons, and Inevitability of Electronic Wills

Four states now permit (or will in 2020) some version of an “electronic will,” and the Uniform Electronic Wills Act drafted earlier this year is likely to bring the concept to other states sooner rather than later. It appears inevitable that we as estate planners will need to address the issue of electronic wills and perhaps incorporate them into our practices, even if we may be reluctant to do so. To embrace this challenge, InterActive Legal has put together a panel of experts on the subject, moderated by our president, Vanessa Kanaga, to debate the pros and cons, and highlight important issues involved with electronic wills and the various electronic will laws.


Life and Death Planning for Retirement Benefits

Digital Subscription | by Natalie Choate

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