Posts Tagged ‘ Uniform Trust Code ’

Last Week in Estate Planning (July 3 to July 9, 2011)

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In the previous “Last Week in Estate Planning” entries, I placed the “Post of the Week” at the bottom as a way of building suspense.  However, I have been advised that burying the lead in a blog post is perhaps imprudent. So now, the “Post of the Week” goes first, which is especially appropriate given…

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1600 Words About a 100-Word Addition to Virginia Trust Law (Part I)

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In the closing weeks of March, Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell signed a bill into law that expands individuals’ protections against creditors.  The law adds wording to VA Code § 55-545.05 that clarifies:  1) the effects of annual gifting into an irrevocable trust and 2) the protections given by an “inter-vivos marital deduction trust”.  As a…

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