Estate Planning (to be updated and replaced)

How the Right to Terminate Transferred Copyrights Impacts Estate Planning By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq. April 12, 2018 For artists, writers, and other creators of work protected by copyright, estate planning requires some additional considerations. One issue that is often overlooked is the right to terminate copyright transfers....

How the 2017 Tax Act Changes Estate Planning By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq. March 22, 2018 The 2017 Tax Act is a game-changer in many ways – and estate planning is no exception. Particularly if you have a large estate, you should revisit your plan to ensure it...

By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq. March 15, 2018 Who Should Revisit Their Estate Plan in 2018 At Haimo Law, we recommend you review your estate planning documents at home on an annual basis. A lot can happen in a year. But when it is worth setting another meeting...

  By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq. December 6, 2017 Trifecta of Representation - A Team Approach   At Haimo Law, we work with CPAs and financial advisors to ensure that your estate and business planning need are holistically addressed. We believe this is the proper way to ensure our clients...

  By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq. November 1, 2017 14 Pressure Points That May Result in Your Family Inheriting a Grenade Everyone's situation is unique, which means there are many hidden potential dangers awaiting those who wish to self-diagnose, ignore, or avoid estate planning ahead. In this article, you'll find...

By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq. September 26, 2017 Challenges during life and after death can be emotional for you, your family, and your business. Complications surrounding death are further aggravated and magnified during times of grief. These complications will not be positive; i.e. they will be expensive, time consuming,...

By: Barry E. Haimo, Esq. April 6, 2017 8 Myths About Estate Planning in Florida There are many misconceptions about estate planning. Unfortunately, these myths often prevent people from preparing properly for their incapacity and death. As a result, the probate process may be more complicated for grieving...