We provide our clients with peace of mind.
The attorneys at Squillace & Associates, P.C. are here to handle all the various planning needs during life, disability and at death – so your important affairs are in order when it matters most. Whether you’re in need of a basic estate plan, something more complex such as international estate planning or are looking for assistance with probate and trust settlement, we can help.
Our planning isn’t “one size fits all” – we know that unique situations require unique solutions.
Scott E. Squillace, Esq., AEP® featured on Beyond The Balance Sheet
Scott was recently featured on the podcast, Beyond The Balance Sheet, with hosts Diana Clark & Arden O’Connor. In this episode, he shares insight on complex estate plans related to impaired beneficiaries.
Under President Biden’s “Billionaire Minimum Income Tax” proposal, individuals with a net worth of more than $100 million would at death be paying what amounts to a double tax on capital gains, according to Scott. Read the full article at ThinkAdvisor to understand what this means and, more importantly, whether or not Scott believes this will become law.
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Your relationship with your parents and with your own children is important for several reasons, including developing an effective estate plan.
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Scott recently discussed some of the unique aspects of the estate planning process that impact same sex couples and non-traditional families.