LGBTQ = Different Needs
LGBTQ people, including gay and lesbian couples, often have different and unique needs when it comes to Life and Estate planning. We pride ourselves in being sensitive and aware of these needs and offer a wide range of uniquely tailored options to address them. Read more about our LGBTQ Practice Concentration.
Scott Squillace Wrote the Book
Whether to Wed: A Legal and Tax Guide for Gay and Lesbian Couples
A practical guide for same-sex couples and their advisors to help understand the legal and tax issues they face when considering marriage. Download an excerpt here.
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“This is an ambitious book laying out the broad outlines of where we’ve been, where we are, and where we are going. Scott’s practical assessments of how marriage changes rights and responsibilities are important reading for everyone. Equally important are his reminders of sensible legal steps to take regardless of marriage.”
Mary L. Bonauto, Esq.
Civil Rights Project Director, GLAD, Boston, MA
“Whether to Wed is the primer every same-sex couple should read, whether they’re contemplating marriage, or if they’ve already tied the knot. Scott Squillace helps us understand the legal, tax and financial consequences of marriage—both the benefits and the challenges—in an objective, organized and easy-to-understand way.”
Senior Vice President, Northern Trust National Practice Leader for LGBT and Non-Traditional Family Practice
“Whether to Wed demystifies the complex laws that apply to same sex couples, providing a timely, straightforward, and comprehensive guide to use as they consider what’s best for their personal situations.”
Intuit Chief Tax Officer and Executive Director of the American Tax and Financial Center at TurboTax
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