What’s trending on NP Trusts & Estates



August 01, 2018

NP Trusts & Estates Blog

Author(s): Deborah L. Anderson, Kaitlyn B. Barnett, Stephanie A. Bruno, Sarah T. Connolly, Mary Ford, Jenny L. Holmes, Evelyn V. Moreno, Stephen McCabe, Mary-Benham B. Nygren, Nicole A. Place, Sarah M. Roscioli, Deborah J. Wilcox Mabry

Estate planning for each stage in life, anatomical gifts, tax returns to consider after death and more. Here’s what’s trending in estate planning and wealth management.

Estate Planning

Estate planning for each stage in life

Changes in your personal life will impact your estate plan whether you are college-aged, single, engaged, newly married, parents, separated or divorced.—Kaitlyn B. Barnett, Sarah T. Connolly, Deborah L. Anderson, Sarah Roscioli, Stephanie A. Bruno, Mary Ford, Evelyn V. Moreno, Steve McCabe

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Anatomical gift: donating your whole body to medical education

An anatomical gift to a medical school can advance medical training and research, which may benefit your children or generations to come.—Deborah J. Wilcox Mabry

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Estate Administration

How to handle your woodworker’s tools and equipment after death

The woodworker in your life has made beautiful pieces that you and loved ones will enjoy for years to come. If your woodworker hasn’t indicated what should happen to the tools and equipment amassed over the years, here are a few ideas on how to proceed after the woodworker’s death.—Mary-Benham B. Nygren

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Taxes

Death & taxes: the types of tax returns required after death

Chances are that you have used the phrase “death and taxes,” but do you really know what kinds of taxes you need to consider after death?—Nicole A. Place

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Data Privacy

I’m a data privacy attorney, and my identity was stolen

Identity theft can happen to anyone, but will it happen to you?—Jenny L. Holmes

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