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If you are in the mood for some mid-winter, humour-laced intrigue, then Bone Chiller is just the tonic! The play, directed by Tracy Stedman of Grose Vale, revolves around the exposition of the will of one Josiah Travers at his luxurious home.
Laila K. Elgandoz has experience managing accounts receivable and payable and assisting with internal audits.
The American Bar Association section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law has recently published a book entitled, A Guide to International Estate Planning, Second Edition .
Money conversations between parents and adult children can be difficult at best.
As I have previously discussed , a recent UBS Investor Watch report surveyed individuals about their estate planning strategies and feelings about inheritance.
Murray Shusterman began practicing law in 1936, when Franklin D. Roosevelt was in the White House - and he hasn't stopped working since.
Somewhere between a corporation and a partnership lies the Limited Liability Company .
It's not unusual for a retiree to own multiple IRA certificates of deposit at once.
In the divorce process, love is indeed a battlefield. But, at some point, that battlefield clears, usually when you and your soon-to-be former spouse finally sign on the dotted line, officially announcing yourselves as ex-wife and ex-husband.
Sibling rivalries often emerge in disputes concerning wills or trusts. Siblings of all ages and economic statuses tend to fight for control and can be stubborn when legal and family matters collide.
When consumers need an attorney, what do they do? How do they find you? What do they want to know? The FindLaw 2014 U.S. Consumer Legal Needs Survey asked legal consumers how they went about hiring an attorney and why .
Bankrupt investors lucky enough to benefit from nonspousal inherited individual retirement accounts are better off living in some states.
Fundraising Chicken barbecue The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 21 invites the public to a fundraising dinner 5-10pm on Aug. 9 at 20570 56th Ave. Tickets: $12, available at the branch or by calling 604-532-3615.
Butler, Wis. Sarah A. Ponath, a versatile legal practitioner with an extensive background in business and finance, has opened the village's only law office focused on the needs of small businesses and individuals.
On June 12, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court - in a unanimous decision - ruled that Individual Retirement Accounts inherited by anyone other than a spouse are not retirement funds and therefore are not protected from the beneficiary's creditors in bankruptcy.
He may have been a brilliant actor, but Philip Seymour Hoffman had much to learn when it came to estate planning.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 03:16 am
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