Morris and Grant to Present at Upcoming Seminars


Attorneys Robert L. Morris and David M. Grant will be presenting at the following legal seminars: June 6th – “Trust Termination & Legal Ethics,” National Business Institute Seminar on Trust Administration and Preventing and Litigating Fiduciary Liability, to be presented in Las Vegas, NV on June 6, 2011. For more information go HERE. June 24th […]
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Just for Vets ~ Non-Service Related Pensions


Two little-known benefits available to vets or their widows are the Improved Pension and the Aid and Attendance Program. The Improved Pension is an asset and income based program available to vets or their widows whose assets and income are below certain levels as adjusted annually for inflation. The Aid and Attendance Program provides additional […]
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June AFRs Announced


Nice little drop…For the month of June 2011 the Applicable Federal Rates will be as follows: In June the 7520 rate will drop to 2.8% from 3.0% where it was in May. To go directly to the IRS’ publication of these rates, please visit the following website: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-drop/rr-11-13.pdf.
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Disposition of Tangible Personal Property By List or Statement – What Is “Tangible Personal Property”?


Nevada, like most states, permits a person’s Last Will And Testament and Trust to refer to a separate, written statement or list to dispose of “tangible personal property” not otherwise specifically disposed of by the terms of the Last Will And Testament or Trust. In this regard, the question often asked is “What is tangible […]
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What Is a Trust?


Stupid question, right? Everyone knows what a trust is…or do they? Some people wrongly assume that a trust is an entity, like a corporation or limited liability company. While many states do recognize an organized business trust entity, the vast majority of trusts are not technically recognized as entities by the state. Simply stated, a […]
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