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What is Estate Planning?
Estate Planning is the process of figuring out what will happen to a person's property upon death. It also includes decisions about care of minor children and their property, as well as taxes, avoiding probate, health care during a person's life, and what happens to one's body after death. Please click the following link for more details about estate planning. Betsy Simmons Hannibal, What is Estate Planning?, Nolo: Estate Planning Overview
Encyclopedia of Estate Planning: Update 2007 by Provides chapters on Estate Planning Checklist; The Will; Will Substitutes; Income Taxes; Estate and Gift Taxes; Generation - Skipping Transfer Taxes; Estate Tax Marital Deduction; Transfers to Children; Charitable Contributions; Planning for Clients with Business Interests; Co-Ownership of Property; Lifetime and Death Planning for Retirement Benefits; Protecting Assets; Impact of Divorce on Estate Planning; Life Insurance; Social Security and S.S.I.; Medicare and Medicaid; Planning for Incapacity; and Non-citizen Estate Planning
Call Number: KFH 140 .E53 2007
Publication Date: 2007
Useful Estate Planning Treatises
Drafting Wills and Trust Agreements, 4th ed. by This is a 4 volume set that provides forms, checklists, and guidance you need to efficiently and effectively draft all types of wills and trusts, Drafting Wills and Trust Agreements is an essential resource for practitioners involved with estate planning matters. Annual updates.
Call Number: KF748.1 .W552
Publication Date: 2009 -
Estate Planning Basics, 2nd ed. by
Call Number: KF 750 .Z9 C585 2001
Publication Date: 2001
Provides information on estate planning. Presented in plain-English. Also includes information about estate and gift law taxes.
Estate Planning for Same-Sex Couples by The landscape concerning same-sex relationships is changing. It is vital for lawyers to stay on top of these changes. Attorneys who represent lesbian and gay clients must provide creative estate planning that protects both parties, their children and their future.
Call Number: KF 750 .B87 2004
Publication Date: 2004-09-09
Life and Death Planning for Retirement Benefits 2002 by Checklists to guide you through the maze of estate and distribution planning. Tips to help you deal with plan administrators, advise heirs, and avoid problems. Maximize the value of you client's benefits.
Call Number: KF6585 .C36 2003
Publication Date: 2001-11-01
Hawaii Estate Planning Titles