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Linda Retz of Saul Ewing LLP and Elizabeth Carter, Louisiana State University School of Law Professor, will discuss how to handle intergenerational estate planning and planning involving second (and further) marriages and the inherent conflicts and ethical issues surrounding joint representation of...

As a Los Angeles-based estate planning attorney, I am uneasy about California’s enactment of the Online Notarization Act, which took effect on Jan. 1, 2024. The act and its related statutes authorize remote online notarization or RON by California notaries. RON is the process used when the notary...

A recent opinion from the 3rd Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals confirmed what should be settled law: deathbed gifts made by personal check delivered before death but deposited after death remain part of the donor’s taxable estate and thus subject to estate tax. A lot of taxes, legal fees, and headache...

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