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Estate Planning in 2021

Recent Statutory Changes, Cases & Legislative Proposals You Should Know About

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Date Published

March 22, 2021


Mecklenburg County Bar


Estate Planning & Probate, General


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This fast-paced review will cover some of the law changes, interesting cases, and legislative proposals from the past year that estate planning attorneys should know about. Estate-planning related items we will cover include:

- Federal tax law changes affecting trusts, estates, and planning
- Federal law changes affecting seniors
- North Carolina legislation from the 2020 short session
- North Carolina court decisions
- Interesting estate planning-related cases from other states
- Federal and North Carolina legislative proposals for 2021

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John Potter

John Potter is an Estate Planning and Elder Law attorney in the Charlotte, North Carolina, area with offices in Ballantyne... Read More

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