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High Asset Divorces

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Using GRATs and SLATs for High-Net-Worth Individuals’ Estate Planning

If your family’s assets are worth enough to raise concerns about estate taxes (currently $11.7 million for an individual or $23.4 million for a married couple), GRATs (Grantor Retained Annuity Trust) and SLATs (Spousal Lifetime Access Trust) are tw… Read More
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Using Bitcoins to Hide Assets in a Divorce

            Even before the recent spike in the value of Bitcoins, which caused the media to focus on this cryptocurrency, men’s rights groups have been advocating the use of Bitcoins to hide assets during a divorce.  Such groups claim that… Read More
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