By Teresa J Rhyne | [email protected] | TR Law Group PUBLISHED: August 3, 2019 at 5:15 am | UPDATED: August 3, 2019 at 5:16 am This is part three in a series of five articles discussing the following case hypothetical from the various professional perspectives: A and B are getting married. A has two kids from a previous marriage. B has one child from a prior marriage. They plan to have children together. A receives child support from a former spouse. A’s mother also lives with them and helps care for the children. B’s only child works in B’s business and both A and B hope their joint child(ren) will one day join the business as well. A and B have a lot to discuss! The first thing I would tell A and B about their estate planning is “don’t try to plan for the next 20 years right now.” Trying to plan for too many “what ifs” can cause analysis paralysis. The best practice is to get a plan in place that addresses the “what … [Read more...] about An estate planning lawyer’s approach to blended families
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By Teri Parker | Contributing columnist PUBLISHED: July 13, 2019 at 5:00 am | UPDATED: July 13, 2019 at 5:01 am This is part one in a series of five columns discussing a hypothetical case from various professional perspectives: A and B are about to be married. A has two kids from a previous and B has one. They plan to have children together. A receives child support from an ex-spouse. A’s mother also lives with them and helps to care for the children. B’s only child works in B’s business, and both A and B hope their joint child(ren) will one day join the business as well. A and B have a lot to discuss! Blended marriages have complexities that are not often considered until the wedding bliss has passed and the new reality becomes the norm. Meeting with your advisers before the marriage is a smart approach to mitigating future problems. Will your existing certified financial planner, certified public accountant and estate planning attorney all understand the dynamics … [Read more...] about Merging Family A and Family B: Who gets what?
Scott Sonner, Associated Press Updated 3:41 pm PDT, Tuesday, April 2, 2019 California Sen. Kamala Harris speaks to more than 100 people who jammed the Washoe County Democratic headquarters in Reno, Nev., Tuesday, April 2, 2019 for her fist presidential campaign stop in northern Nevada. Harris is bringing her Democratic presidential campaign to northern Nevada for the first time to visit party faithful and teachers and speak at a fundraiser for one of the biggest progressive groups in the early caucus state. less California Sen. Kamala Harris speaks to more than 100 people who jammed the Washoe County Democratic headquarters in Reno, Nev., Tuesday, April 2, 2019 for her fist presidential campaign stop in northern ... more Photo: Scott Sonner, AP Photo: Scott Sonner, AP Image 1 of / 4 … [Read more...] about 2020 hopeful Kamala Harris talks taxes, teachers in Nevada
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opinion Detroit Free Press Editorial Board Published 12:47 PM EST Feb 12, 2019 A Wayne County resident with property in tax foreclosure shouldn't have to wonder if the county treasurer chose to seize his or her home because the treasurer's relatives wanted to buy it. But that's exactly the question raised by a series of problematic real estate transactions conducted by members of Wayne County Treasurer Eric Sabree's family. And that's why Sabree's can't continue to lead the county treasurer's office, much less oversee the tax foreclosure auction he is charged with fairly administering. Sabree's wife and a company the couple co-founded bought tax-foreclosed properties through an auction his office oversees, Sabree told a Free Press reporter last week, some in violation of a county policy that bars employees of the treasurer's office or members of their families from bidding on properties auctioned by the county. There's more: Sabree's relatives, … [Read more...] about Wayne County treasurer Eric Sabree breaks tax auction rules