Tricks Traps Tax and Trends CLE
Tricks, Traps, Tax and Trends in Estate Planning: What Law School Didn’t Teach You

$125.00

Clear

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Course Description

This program was recorded on January 7, 2021

This course is an Introduction to the nuances of the basic Estate Planning Documents for General Practitioners. Participants should have some familiarity with basic Estate Planning Documents. We will discuss Traps, including Tax issues, and how to avoid them.

Attorney Connie AllisonConnie Allison
Connie’s litigation experience has enhanced her advanced transactional practice in several ways that set her apart from other attorneys. Her family law background allows her to create unique trusts and estate plans to keep family assets in the family; if you are considering setting up trusts for your children and grandchildren, this sort of protection can be critical. Prenuptial, post-nuptial and other relationship contracts are important for modern couples and families. Connie’s experience in the courtroom allows her to predict how a Judge might interpret a specific provision in a contract or business document, and to make those provisions so clear that there is unlikely to ever be a dispute – preventing problems is the goal, but if disputes cannot be prevented, it is important to make sure that everything possible has been done to ensure the dispute will be resolved in your favor.

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1.5 General Credits

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Each Topic will include a overview, Tricks and Traps, Ethics Implications, (and if applicable) Tax Implications and Future Trends

1- Introduction & General Principles

2- A review of Tennessee’s Advance Health Care Directive and How the Death With Dignity Act Changed Everything

3- Financial POA (Form Provided), registration of the POA and what to watch out for.

4- A brief overview and timeline of the Probate Process and Why a “Simple Will” is usually not enough

5- The difference between the Taxable Estate and the Probate Estate, What is Cost Basis? Form 1040X, Common Tax Mistakes

6- Ways to move assets out of the Probate Estate & (sometimes) the Taxable Estate

7- Family Law Considerations – What is Marital Property and Co-mingling? Review of Elective Share

8- How to be the Puppet Master; a review of types of Trusts, what they can do and Tax Considerations (NOT how to do them)

9- Ethical Considerations- Summary and Review.

10- Future Trends & proposed changes ahead in 2021