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Time to Look At Your Planning

Posted on: December 28th, 2017
In a recent WSJ article, "Haven't Updated Your Estate Plan in a While?", the author Cheryl Munk reminds readers that estate planning is not a one time action and that the failure to periodically update your planning can have disastrous consequences. Financial adviser Bijan Golkar begged his father to update his estate plan after his father divorced and purchased sizable business and real-estate holdings. But despite his cajoling, his father wouldn’t take action. When the dad died three years ago at age 59, he left behind ...

The importance of having a healthcare power of attonrey

Posted on: September 5th, 2017
In a recent blog post in Trusts & Estates, Amy Florian explores the need for clients to have a healthcare power of attorney....

Use the 990 form to evaluate your charitable options

Posted on: February 20th, 2017
In a recent Denver Post article, Bruce Deboskey reminds us about an important tool which can help us evaluate a charity. To achieve their goals, philanthropic families and businesses seek to partner...

Will the death tax be affected by having a new President?

Posted on: December 5th, 2016
In a recent Fiduciary Blog, "Will the Estate Tax Really Go Away", Carol Warnick of Holland and Hart gives a short ...

Remember the new IRA qualified charitable deduction option

Posted on: July 13th, 2016
The revamped and current qualified charitable distribution option under tax law allows people over age 70½ to transfer up to $100,000 a year directly from their individual retirement account to charity. ...

Colorado's new law on digital assets

Posted on: July 5th, 2016
One of the developing areas of planning law is how to handle digital assets. Fortunately, Colorado has just enacted the Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (“RUFADAA”). This new act will be effective as of August 10, 2016. ...
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