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Planning for 2023: IRS Estate & Gift Tax Amounts

November 30, 2022

Every year the IRS adjusts the amounts exempt from federal estate and gift taxes. The numbers have been released for 2023.   Gift and Estate Tax Exemption: This unified credit is…

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Necessary Tools for Avoiding Guardianship

July 26, 2022

Many people do not realize that when it comes to incapacity there is no default plan. In general, when someone is no longer able to manage their financial and medical…

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Loveland & Hurley, PLLC Welcomes New Associate Attorney, Selby C. Rains

June 7, 2022

We’re thrilled to announce Selby C. Rains has joined Loveland & Hurley, PLLC to continue her legal career as a trust and estate attorney, focusing on traditional estate planning and…

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Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Announcement

April 13, 2022

Our very own Kimberly Loveland has recently been selected for two prestigious recognitions. She has been recognized as a Super Lawyer and a Rising Star for 2022. Each year, no…

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Kimberly Loveland is Named on D Magazine’s Best Lawyers Under 40

April 6, 2022

We are proud to announce our founder Kimberly Loveland has recently been named on D Magazine’s “Best Lawyers Under 40” List. This prestigious recognition is given to those who are…

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Gift Tax Explained

November 3, 2021

I encounter many people who don’t understand the rules of the gift tax and even more who have never even heard of a gift tax. Here are the basics of…

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Cohabitation Agreements: Estate Planning for Unmarried Partners

September 7, 2021

The number of Americans living together as unmarried partners is on the rise. As reported by the U.S. Census Bureau in 2019, more adults are delaying marriage or forgoing it…

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How a Change in Tax Laws Can Affect Your Estate Plan

July 14, 2021

There haven’t been any changes…yet. However, there are two proposals on the horizon receiving a lot of attention. Here’s a quick review: Lowering the Estate Tax Exemption Currently, you are…

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Estate Planning for Blended Families

February 23, 2021

In previous articles, we have talked a lot about the importance and the process of estate planning. If you are unfamiliar with the term, estate planning is the preparation of…

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Essential legal estate planning documents, Power of Attorney, Living Will

Essential Estate Planning Documents

February 16, 2021

When most people think of estate planning, they are either not sure what it includes or believe it is just creating a will, but this is not the case. Estate…

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Types of Powers of Attorney Explained

January 27, 2021

Understanding the types of Power of Attorney and the role each one serves can be quite confusing at times. A power of attorney is a legal document that allows you…

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New Year. New You. Resolve to Plan Better For Your Business

January 6, 2021

It’s time to take control of your finances and business. Estate and business planning are about taking control of your situation.  You have worked hard to cultivate your business. Now…

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