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Thinking Beyond Tomorrow
     

Thinking Beyond Tomorrow

by Benjamin Premack
 
The Eighth Edition of Thinking Beyond Tomorrow provides valuable information on Organizing and Planning your Estate, and on how to Settle an Estate. It covers traditional legal concepts and emerging legal areas like non-traditional relationships and same-sex marriages. Most of the focus is on Texas and Washington state law and on Federal law.

Thinking Beyond

Overview

The Eighth Edition of Thinking Beyond Tomorrow provides valuable information on Organizing and Planning your Estate, and on how to Settle an Estate. It covers traditional legal concepts and emerging legal areas like non-traditional relationships and same-sex marriages. Most of the focus is on Texas and Washington state law and on Federal law.

Thinking Beyond Tomorrow is approximately 460 pages (105,000 words) and answers your questions about:

Estate Planning - Wills, Living Trusts, Survivorship Rights and avoiding Probate
Estate Planning in Non-Traditional Relationships
Planning for and managing your medical care
Life Support Issues and Death with Dignity
Planning for and managing your finances
Protecting your Assets and your home
Trusts to care for your Pets
Gun Trusts
Minimizing Federal Estate Taxes
Gifts as an Estate Planning Tool
Taking action when a loved one dies
Settling an Estate and being an Executor

Written by Certified Elder Law Attorney Paul Premack (Texas) and Attorney Benjamin Premack (Washington & Colorado). Thinking Beyond Tomorrow was formerly called "The Senior Texan Legal Guide", but has been entirely revised, updated and re-written for this new Edition.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940156911578
Publisher:
Paul Premack
Publication date:
07/13/2016
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
318,252
File size:
426 KB

Meet the Author

Paul Premack practices with The Premack Law Office in its San Antonio office.
Paul is a member of the State Bar of Texas and the San Antonio Bar Association. He is a Life Fellow of the San Antonio Bar Foundation and is a Fellow of the College of the State Bar of Texas. Paul writes a weekly column for the San Antonio Express-News on legal issues. He has been published in the Texas Bar Journal and has been a presenter at many Legal Education programs. He serves on the Board of the Texas Chapter, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and is listed as a 2016 Super Lawyer.

Benjamin Premack practices with The Premack Law Office in its Seattle office.
Benjamin is a member of the Washington State and Colorado Bar Associations. His work has been published in the Wisconsin International Law Journal. Benjamin has presented before the Swedish Agency for Peace, Security and Development in Stockholm. He played an integral role in the establishment of the Work Program on Loss and Damage at the Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. He has presented Seattle-area legal workshops on planning in non-traditional relationships.

Read more about the authors at WWW.PREMACK.COM

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