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The constructive general inter vivos power of appointment: A trap for the unwary trustee and his counsel

The constructive general inter vivos power of appointment is the product of the marriage of power of appointment doctrine and creditors’ rights doctrine. It is a topic that is taken up in §4.1.3 of Loring and Rounds: A...more

A valid Massachusetts testamentary trust may now arise under a will that was not fully executed (signed by the will witnesses)...

Massachusetts has broken new ground in allowing a will to be fully executed (signed by the will witnesses) after the death of the testator, with no time period specified. In the upcoming 2014 edition of Loring and Rounds: A...more

Old Doctrine Misunderstood, New Doctrine Misconceived: Deconstructing the Newly-Minted Restatement (Third) of Property’s Power of...

Old Doctrine Misunderstood, New Doctrine Misconceived: Deconstructing the Newly-Minted Restatement (Third) of Property’s Power of Appointment Sections In was in the course of preparing the 2013 edition of Loring and...more

Asset Protection FOR CPAs

One pressing area in which clients are increasingly seeking feedback from their accounting and financial advisory team is Asset Protection. Part of that stewardship is making sure that the growth and savings you are...more

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