Estate & Gift Tax

Mininize Taxes by Planning Your Est...

Estate tax laws change often, so creating an estate plan with the intent of minimizing or avoiding taxes can be a challenge. However, only individuals with va.... Read more

Plan Real Property Transfers to Red...

In an estate plan, you decide who should receive your property when you die, and also how you want them to receive it. Real property is land and any improveme.... Read more

Estate Planning to Transfer Busines...

An estate plan for your business can control the transfer of your business or its value to the next generation. Estate planning allows you to make gifts, ensu.... Read more

Estate & Gift Tax

Gift tax: Make use of room for manoeuvre

The state looks to profit even from gifts, levying gift tax as soon as the tax allowance is exceeded. There are, however, different possible arrangements in connection with gift tax. GRP Rainer Lawye... Read more

Tax law: Key to a closed book

For many people, tax law is a closed book. Expert help is frequently necessary in order to pay taxes correctly and at the same time avoid giving away too much money. GRP Rainer Lawyers and Tax Adviso... Read more

An Overview: Trust Division and Divorce

A trust is an agreement that is held by one person (trustee–person who manages the trust) at the request of another (settlor –a person who creates and usually provides the funding for the ... Read more

Marital Property and Separate Property in Divorce--The Division of Marital Property

Abstract: Property in divorce can be a hotly contested matter. Understanding the difference between marital and separate property can help you save time and money by focusing your efforts on that ... Read more

A Frequent Question I Am Asked Is "Who Is Involved In The Probate Process?"

The Florida Bar states: "Depending upon the facts of the situation, any of the following may have a role to play in the probate administration of the decedent’s estate: Clerk of the ci... Read more

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