Ethics Credits Included:
A pre-recorded streaming VIDEO replay of one session from the April 2013 live seminar, The Douglas W. Conner 34th Annual Advanced Estate Planning and Administration Seminar..
Section 2513 was originally enacted to give couples in common law states the same advantages as couples in community property states. The ability to split gifts avoids the need to transfer assets between spouses in order to permit use of each spouse’s gift tax exclusions and shelters. Although convenient, gift-splitting attracts tax burdens as well as tax benefits. Understanding the rules in detail will avoid unexpected consequences.
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Government Attorney? Receive a 50% discount on this and most seminars, and a 30% discount on publications. New Virginia Lawyer? (less than three years) Receive a 25% discount on this and most seminars and publications.
Diana S. C. Zeydel, Greenberg Traurig, P.A. / Miami, FL
Ethics for Estate Planners (from Annual Advanced Estate Planning 2013) (Online Seminar)
Asset Protection for the Common Man (from Annual Advanced Estate Planning 2013) (Online Seminar)
Charitable Planning (from Annual Advanced Estate Planning 2013) (Online Seminar)
Directed Trusts: Dealing with Non-Trustee Power Holders (from Annual Advanced Estate Planning 2013) (Online Seminar)