May 2014 Posts

  • Tennessee is #3 for Domestic Asset Protection Trusts in 2014

    A year ago Tennessee tied for the fourth spot in Steve Oshins’ AnnualDomestic Asset Protection Trust State Rankings. Last summer Oshinsupdated the rankings after pending legislation failed to pass, and Tennessee jumped a spot—tied for third with Ohio....
  • Estate Planning for Unmarried Seniors

    Earlier this year the National Survey of Family Growth reported an increase in cohabiting unmarried couples between the ages of 15-44; the trend has grown faster among seniors. ...
  • 4 Tax Considerations for Parents of Special Needs Children

    Special needs children may require the expenditure of significant sums for day-to-day healthcare, home modifications, and education programs. Fortunately, however, these expenses typically offer some tax advantages....
  • Estate Planning for New Parents in North Carolina

    According to the North Carolina State Center for Health Statistics, over 17,800 babies were born in the three major counties of the Triangle during 2012. How should parents update their estate plans for new babies?...
  • New NC Court Ruling Affects LLCs

    North Carolina Limited Liability Company (LLC) owners may be interested in a new court ruling that illustrates the protection these asset preservation tools offer. ...