With the 50th anniversary of famed rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix's death fast approaching, it would seem reasonable to assume that any legal uncertainty and attendant acrimony involving his estate would be eclipsed and fading fast in the rear-view mirror of time.
Although certified public accountants provide valuable assistance to their clients across a wide universe of financial matters having material tax-related implications, their services do not typically extend in equal fashion to the giving of reflective advice on estate planning and administration.
A growing number of younger individuals, such as those in their 30s, are beginning to take advantage of the many types of estate planning trusts.
Is there a malcontent in your family, say, a brother or sister who constantly complains of some perceived inequity in how he or she is treated vis a vis all the other siblings?
"In the ballpark" was the comment uttered by a now-deceased business tycoon some years back in response to an estimate of his net worth pegged at about $500 million.
A chart appearing in a recent study focused upon estate planning reveals a clear trajectory regarding Americans' progressive appreciation of key planning considerations as they get older, coupled with their increased willingness to proactively embrace estate planning.