When the United States Supreme Court announced its pair of same-sex marriage decisions on June 26, 2013, commentators began to forecast the tsunami of tangible changes that would result.
In December 2012, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued its Strategic Enforcement Plan (SEP) for 2013-2016.
A recent case from Division I of the Court of Appeals makes it crystal clear that buyers of residential real property can no longer blindly trust the seller’s disclosures
@Law, The NALS Magazine for Legal Professionals · Winter 2012-13 ·by Laura Hoexter On May 5, 2010, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued Public Letter Ruling 201021048 and CCA 201021050, which announced a change in the way the IRS was going to treat income earned by registered domestic partners (RDPs). This change attempted to bring the […]
Claims Management · February 2013 ·by Karen Kalzer The U.S. Supreme Court’s 2012 term provided significant drama with a number of social policy issues in its hands, including immigration law, the Affordable Care Act, voting rights, and campaign financing. At first glance, the term appeared so full of high-level policy decisions that the impact on substantive claims […]
Your Mental State May Play a Role in the Outcome
As we become more dependent on our computers and hand-held devices, we have begun storing our important information on hard drives and in clouds. Adjusting your estate plan to include digital assets and planning that allows your executor access to theses sites after death is vital.
How does “community property” law influence tax reporting in different scenarios? Tax expert Mark Schwarz explains the many complexities of this issue.
Psychologists are required to have a “Professional” Will under Washington law
How Elder Law representation has changed; how related litigation has grown; and where it is going in the next 5 years.