Posts Tagged: Estate plan

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Framework for a Legacy: Your Art Collection & Estate Planning

The headlines are abuzz with a new world record for any artwork sold at an auction or privately. Leonardo da Vinci’s painting, “Salvator Mundi,” sold for $450.3 million (including the auction house fees) at Christie’s in New York to a private buyer, after an intense 20 minutes of phone bidding. Why such a high price… Read more »

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Thank You for Your Service: Veterans Day Estate Plan Discount

“True heroism is remarkably sober, very undramatic. It is not the urge to surpass all others at whatever cost, but the urge to serve others at whatever cost.” -Arthur Ashe On Veterans Day and every day, we at Gordon Fischer Law Firm want to say a heartfelt thanks for our veterans’ sacrifice and service. We… Read more »

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Scary Tale of the Estate Planner Who Ignored Community Property Law States

DON’T DARE READ THIS ALONE! Count Dracula needed a new estate plan. After all, the Count hadn’t updated his last Will in 1,400 years. After he got over eerily common estate planning excuses, he went to his Iowa estate planner.  The Iowa estate planner dutifully gathered information about all of Count Dracula’s many assets. While… Read more »