The phrase “alleged disinheritance” is likely to command attention in any final estate plan accounting, with that certainly being the case where a celebrity is concerned.
You and your siblings haven't gotten along in years. Granted, you're occasionally able to put the fights and rivalries aside for Christmas dinner or some other family gathering, but that's a far cry from being happy and getting along. You're just pretending for the sake of your parents.
A recent and notably instructive article on estate administration delivers a kind of two-sided-coin message concerning key money matters for planners.
Most American taxpayers likely don’t even know what the acronym OVDP stands for. Those who can readily connect those letters with “Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program,” though, probably know quite a bit about that IRS initiative. They know it simultaneously offers hope yet packs a punitive punch.
We have stated many times in our estate planning blog at the Alameda County Law Offices of Connie YI that effective estate administration entails more than the mere protection of family property.