Tag Archives: estate planning

Tax Reform Highlights for Those Who Will Die One Day

By John O’Grady, O’Grady Law   Estate Tax: Give a Little More to Your Loved Ones Or lawmakers have again reduced taxes on intergenerational wealth transfers. The exclusion from estate,…

Estate Planning Corner

Estate Planning Corner: Subtrusts, Tax Planning and More

By John O’Grady, O’Grady Law When is a Win not a Win? Leland Babbitt’s estate was divided into two subtrusts upon his death–one for his wife Mary Lynne and the…

Estate Planning Corner: The Times, They Are A-Changin’

By John O’Grady, O’Grady Law   Court of Appeal Welcomes Women to Generous Men’s College Bob Dylan did not tell school trustees to heed the call that “The Times They…

Donald Sterling Update: Appellate Court Confirms Clippers’ Sale

By John O’Grady, O’Grady Law Group A probate judge had ruled Donald Sterling incompetent to manage his own trust, which included ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers. Sterling’s wife Shelley…

Estate Planning: Keep Buildings in the Family Without Tearing Your Family Apart

By John O’Grady, O’Grady Law Group Real estate is a valuable asset and a blessing, but it can become a curse that causes family strife if ownership is not clearly…

Victory Over IRS in Estate Appraiser Dispute

By John O’Grady, O’Grady Law Group Many people think the IRS is just too big to beat, and that when the tax collector sends you a bill, you better just…

Interesting News from the World of Estate Planning

Learn from Zsa Zsa’s Family Conservatorship Feud Anyone who has a lot of money and gets married nine times (as legendary actress Zsa Zsa Gabor has) can expect a family fight or two about…