ICLE | Tax Law Basics for Probate and Estate Planning Attorneys
Tax Law Basics for Probate and Estate Planning Attorneys
On-Demand Seminar (Posted 12/15/22) | Level: Basic
Cosponsored by the Probate & Estate Planning Section of the State Bar of Michigan

Estate planning attorneys with an understanding on tax law can better advise their clients on their probate and estate planning needs. Our expert provides insight into tax law concepts that frequently come up for probate and estate planning attorneys, including the unified credit, unlimited marital deduction, general powers of appointment, and disclaimers.

Watch so you can:

  • Know the unified credit and its exemptions
  • Apply best practices for the unlimited marital deduction
  • Distinguish when to use a general powers of appointment and limited powers of appointment
  • Identify when disclaimers are appropriate for clients
Available Formats
Attend online at your convenience. Includes individual access to electronic materials for three years. These may include written materials, a PDF of the presentation, and any video or audio recordings.
Neal Nusholtz explains the unified credit....
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