In Estate Planning with Forms
, a nationally recognized authority on estate planning and taxation provides a clear overview of Massachusetts law on wills, trusts, and tax concepts. The author examines issues regarding capital gains, asset protection, family limited partnerships, and charitable remainder trusts. She also reviews changes in Massachusetts probate law with the adoption of the Uniform Probate Code, including:
- Durable power of attorney
- Revocation of a healthcare proxy
- Execution of a witnessed will
- Forms of administering an estate
- Self-proving affidavit
This practical set also contains a comprehensive collection of forms.