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Updates to Illinois Trust Law in 2015
Posted March 24, 2015

Updates to Illinois Trust Law in 2015 Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky Around 220 new laws went into effect in Illinois for 2015, and some of those laws pertained to updating laws regarding trusts established in the state. Three different public acts that went into law for this year involve the expansion of virtual representation, […]

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Personal Property, Contested Estates, Estate Administration
Posted March 19, 2015

Personal Property, Contested Estates, Estate Administration Keeping the Kids from Fighting Over the “Little Stuff” After You’re Gone Provided By Alan G. Orlowsky It is quite often the personal property causes the most heartache and disruption in families after a Contested Estate. Money doesn’t usually have any sentimental attachment, but personal property can have a […]

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Widow of Robin Williams Contesting Estate
Posted March 10, 2015

Widow of Robin Williams Contesting Estate Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky Contested Estates – The widow and children of famed comedian Robin Williams are fighting over his estate in court, according to theguardian. Filing paperwork in December and January, Williams’ wife, Susan Schneider Williams, accused the comedian’s children from previous marriages of taking personal items […]

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An Unfunded Estate Plan is Like an Empty Bucket
Posted March 03, 2015

An Unfunded Estate Plan is Like an Empty Bucket By: Alan G. Orlowsky When it comes to estate planning in Illinois, you will often hear the phrase “title equals result.” The phrase means that the ultimate results of an estate plan will depend on how each asset in the estate is titled. If something is […]

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