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What is an Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust?

How Can A Life Insurance Trust Aid My Estate Planning? Is an irrevocable life insurance trust a good idea for managing your estate? Gainesville elder law attorney discusses how an irrevocable life insurance trust can help people manage their estate better. By having your trust as the owner of your insurance policy, you can save yourself money and time. An experienced Gainesville elder law attorney can help you If you have any questions about life insurance trusts, or any other elder law matter — such as estate planning or...

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Do I have to pay estate taxes?

Gainesville elder and special needs attorney talks about what is taxable when it comes to an estate, and what you would be paying taxes for. If You Need Legal Help For any questions, or more information, contact the law firm of The Miller Elder Law Firm at (352) 379-1900. “The estate taxes are the only tax that we have that are optional. You do not have to pay estate taxes, no matter how much money you have in the United States. There are ways and strategies, we can use GRAP planning, we can use all kinds of things,...

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What is included in federal estate tax calculation?

Federal Estate Tax Calculation Are IRAs and life insurance policies included in estate calculations? Gainesville elder and special needs attorney explains tax calculations. What is included in your homestead? Are IRAs and life insurance policies included? Elder Law Attorneys in Gainesville Do you have questions about estate planning? Do you need assistance with planning your will or estate? Our attorneys at the Miller Elder Law Firm can help. Call us today. “In your federal estate tax million dollar amount, that would...

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What is the estate tax exemption?

Estate Tax Exemptions And Gift Tax How does gift tax and estate tax work in estate planning? Gainesville elder and special needs attorney discusses estate tax exemptions.  How does tax exemption work? Can you give your estate away and get an exemption? Find an elder law attorney in Gainesville Our knowledgeable, experienced attorneys at the Miller Elder Law Firm are here to help. Call us today, and we will assist you with any of your elder law needs. “Right now, what’s unique is that we have a $5.1 million exemption...

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What is a persistent vegetative state?

Persistent Vegetative State And Estate Planning In case of a persistent vegetative state, how can a living will help me and my loved ones? A Gainesville elder law attorney discusses vegetative states, and how will and estate planning handle these cases. Can a living will, before the worst happens, ensure that your wishes are carried out? Find an elder law attorney in Gainesville Do you have questions about an elder law issue? From Medicare to estate planning, our attorneys at the Miller Elder Law Firm are here to help. Call...

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What is an end stage condition?

How Does An End Stage Condition Affect My Estate Planning or Will? What is an end stage condition, and how can it alter your plans? An end stage condition, as defined by law, is an illness or injury that has no foreseeable expectation for recovery. In this situation, advises Gainesville elder law attorney Shannon Miller, estate planning and drafting a will become much more of a priority. But who can you turn to for help in this process? Find a Gainesville elder law attorney At the offices of the Miller Elder Law Firm, our...

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