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Attorney C. Stephen Gurdin Jr. has asset protections designed to shield and insulate our clients’ wealth from personal and business liability risks.

Bankruptcy-benefits-get your credit back

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Bankruptcy-benefits Considering bankruptcy? you have a lot on your mind. Let me help you start fresh. I can show you the bankruptcy-benefits. I will evaluate your case, determine if you are eligible for bankruptcy, and tell you what type of bankruptcy you need. Then I will file it for you. Creditors will to stop calling. […]

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Estate Tax valuation date

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Valuation: The value is the fair market value. This is construed to mean the price at which the property would change hands in an arm’s length transaction between a willing buyer and a willing seller, neither being under any compulsion to buy or to sell and both having reasonable knowledge of the relevant facts. The […]

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What is ejectment?

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What is ejectment? It is a civil action brought to obtain possession of real property. The person bringing the action must be out of possession but has a right to possession as well as the right to remove the one who is either in possession or who has some claim or interest in the land […]

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Federal Gift and Estate Tax Summary The unified tax on transfers

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Federal Gift and Estate Tax Summary The unified tax on transfers has three parts: gift tax (for transfers made during life), estate tax (for transfers made at death) and generation-skipping tax (for transfers that skip a generation). The gift and estate taxes are imposed on an individual for gifts during life and on his or […]

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Estate Tax – Gross Estate Gifts

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Gross estate: This includes property of every kind wherever located. It includes property that passes directly under state law and is not subject to estate administration, as well as property that is exempt from taxation, such as municipal bonds. The form of the property is not important. Claims of various kinds are included even if […]

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