Snap, Crackle, Swap: The Substitution Power in Grantor Trusts
Grantor trusts are ubiquitous in estate planning, but significant uncertainty still exists amongst practitioners about the “right” powers to make the trust a grantor trust for income tax purposes. In this 90 minute program, Paul Hood will conduct an exhaustive analysis of the power to swap assets with a grantor trust, which two revenue rulings made much more common in use.
Presented by Jonathan G. Blattmachr, Esq., Professor Mitchell M. Gans, Esq., and L. Paul Hood, Jr., Esq.
Tech and Remote Work — More Practical and Actionable Tips
Working remotely has challenges and as we have all spent more than a month doing so what tips can make you more efficient and productive now? This webinar will give you practical and actionable tips you can take starting today to work better remotely.
Marketing Your Practice in Times of Crisis, Fear, and Uncertainty
A global pandemic reminds us that now is a time when clients need the services of trusts & estates, elder law and special needs attorneys more than ever. The urgency to address one’s estate planning needs has been felt by many. Roundtable Moderator: Matthew B. Tove, Director, Marketing and Sales, InterActive Legal and Roundtable Panelists: Audrey Ehrhardt, Esq., Josh Elledge, Alan S. Gassman, Esq., and Martin M. Shenkman, Esq.
Life and Death Planning for Retirement Benefits
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