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Estate of Denial news clips (10/26/16)

Social Stigma of Cremation Going Up in Smoke Financial Advisor October 11, 2016 A social stigma that has imperiled family finances for generations is going up in smoke. This year, for the first time, half of Americans who die could be cremated—nearly double the rate just 15 years ago.   Dallas Court of Appeals Judge Keep Reading…


Estate of Denial news clips (10/24/16)

CT mom wins fight to protect disabled son WFSB October 11, 2016 NEW HAVEN, CT (WFSB) – A Connecticut mother claimed a small victory against the state in her battle to protect her disabled son on Tuesday. Lindsay Mathews, of New Haven, appeared in court on Tuesday morning to continue the fight to keep him Keep Reading…


Estate of Denial news clips (10/17/16)

Redstone Ends Trust Battle After Meeting With Granddaughter Bloomberg October 7, 2016 Media mogul Sumner Redstone resolved his court fight with granddaughter Keryn after a “difficult and emotional” meeting between the two, his lawyer told a Massachusetts judge on Friday. The resolution ends all outstanding disputes over Redstone’s trust in state probate court in Canton. Keep Reading…


Estate of Denial news clips (10/14/16)

Clinton Estate Tax Plan Would Affect Many Families, Not Just Very Rich Daily Signal October 3, 2016 Hillary Clinton’s newly proposed top estate tax rate of 65 percent on $1 billion estates can sound innocuous enough to the average taxpayer. Last year only a handful of estates would have been large enough to have been Keep Reading…


Estate of Denial news clips (10/12/16)

Overseers of Benson trust funds say settlement offer must update value of Saints, Pelicans (TX/LA) The New Orleans Advocate October 2, 2016 Saints and Pelicans owner Tom Benson needs to increase his offer to reclaim nonvoting shares in the two teams as well as other business assets from trust funds benefiting his now-estranged relatives, the funds’ Keep Reading…

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