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Tales from the Trenches: Avoiding Trust Litigation

Robert Held presented for DuPage County Estate Planning Council on the topic, "Tales from the Trenches: Avoiding Trust Litigation." A Litigator's lessons on how to avoid estate planning and administration…

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Scrivener’s Errors Cause Havoc in Estate Plan

Harrison & Held, LLP attorney, Beth Fox, shares her case with wealthmanagement.com. PLR deems judicial modifications of trust don’t impact generation-skipping tax exemption. Read the full article here.

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The $11.58 Million Question: Will Estate Taxes Increase in 2021?

In 2017, the Trump Administration passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which - among other things - doubled the federal estate tax exemption. With adjustments for inflation, the exemption…

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Emily Kuo & Lou Harrison published in the IICLE Litigating Disputed Estates, Trusts, Guardianships, and Charitable Bequests 2020 Edition

Emily Kuo and Lou Harrison have recently published the Chapter “Attorneys’ Fees: An Assessment of the Current Standards for Fee Awards” in the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education 2020…

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