What’s an “Assignment and Nominee” agreement and what does it do? Prudent attorneys use such an agreement as a belt and suspenders approach to funding. We include this critical planning tool in each trust-based estate plan we create for our clients. See the following discussion of them by my friend and colleague Steve Hartnett, an estate planning expert.
- Just When You Thought You Understood the 10-Year Rule, Think Again - May 21, 2022
- Let’s Talk about Trusts…and Taxation - May 17, 2022
- What Estate of Marion Levine Means for Life Insurance - May 15, 2022