A Disregarded Entity: What is it?

As the New Year is upon us, unveiling the dawn of a new tax season, the time is ripe to discuss the “disregarded entity.”  Although a variety of different entities can be considered “disregarded entities,” such as grantor trusts and qualified Subchapter S corporations, this discussion will refer mainly to the entity that our office most […]
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Confidentiality of Information When Client Dies

An attorney cannot reveal information relating to the representation of a client unless the client gives informed consent or the disclosure is impliedly authorized in order to carry out the representation of the client.  This duty of non-disclosure is often referred to as the attorney-client privilege. But what happens to this privilege when the client dies?  For […]
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