- Advance Directives
- Asset Protection
- Business Succession
- Charitable Gift Planning
- Elder Care
- Estate Planning
- Estate Tax
- Financial Planning
- Fraud & Financial Abuse
- Gift Tax
- Health Care
- Income Tax
- Life Insurance
- Living Trusts
- NC Income Tax
- North Carolina Department of Revenue
- Nursing Homes
- Pending Legislation
- Powers of Attorney
- Qualified Plans
- Real Property
- Social Security
- Special Needs Planning
- Tax Fraud
Need a Real Life Example of Why to do Asset Protection Planning?
Posted on: September 11th, 2009
Rich Rodriguez, the football coach for the University of Michigan, has been sued for $3.9 million due to a loan default. Rodriguez and partners formed an limited liability company, The Legends of Blackburg LLC, to develop a condo community in Virginia. ...
Homes and Cars in Living Trusts – Check With Your Insurer
Posted on: January 8th, 2009
Revocable living trusts are a common estate planning tool for avoiding probate. It is not uncommon for a home to be transferred to the trust for that purpose, as well as occasionally motor vehicles....
Own Rental Real Estate? You Need an LLC to Protect Yourself
Posted on: December 9th, 2008
Anyone who owns rental real estate in his or her individual name is taking a tremendous risk. ...
FDIC Bank Account Insurance Coverage Calculator
Posted on: October 10th, 2008
The recent Bailout law increased the FDIC insurance coverage for bank accounts to $250,000 per person, per bank. ...
What Property is Exempt from Creditors’ Claims in NC?
Posted on: October 8th, 2008
If you were ever to be sued, what property would be protected in the event of a judgment against you? ...
Family FLP/FLLC Checklist – Make Sure You do it Right
Posted on: February 9th, 2008
Family Limited Partnerships, or more commonly now, Family Limited Liability Companies, are great vehicles for management and protection of family businesses, real estate, and investments. ...