Estate planning involves the creation of trusts, wills, or other documents which govern the passage of an inheritance, usually upon death. Probate, or estate administration, involves the process of giving legal effect to those estate planning documents.
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Estate Planning Overview
Answers to frequently asked questions, from the Section of Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law of the American Bar Association.
Information on trusts, estate taxes and probate, with a directory of estate planning professionals.
Information on drafting ethical wills, a way to share your values, beliefs, and blessings with your family and community.
Heritage Living Trust
Trust document preparation firm that specializes in liability, probate, estate taxes, and Medicaid protection through the use of, complex, contract, common law, and revocable living trusts.
The Law Offices of Robert J. Mintz
A chapter on family limited partnerships from an estate attorney. Includes recent developments and case studies.
Includes discussions of wills, trusts, irrevocable trusts, charitable trusts, and business planning.
LII - Estate and Gift Tax
An overview of tax law with links to key primary and secondary sources, from Cornell Law School's Legal Information Institute.
Martin H. Cohen, PA
Offers answers to frequently asked questions about estate planning.
Planned Giving Design Center
Providing planned giving specialists with resources they can use to advise clients and donors for advanced charitable gift planning.
Information on estate planning and asset protection strategies.
Staker & Associates
Law firm, based in Camarillo, California, offering an overview of estate planning law and trust issues.
Tactical Wealth Advisors, LLP
Overview of all the different types of charitable trusts, with a planning guide.
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