私人财富服务

  • 作为美国最大的私人财富实践,荷兰和骑士的私人财富服务集团代表高净值,大量密切持有的家庭企业,慈善组织,教育机构,银行和信托公司。
  • 我们的律师为庄园,礼品和发电 - 跳过转移税务计划提供律师;精致的慈善捐赠;遗嘱认证和信托诉讼;税收争议;使用人寿保险作为规划工具;商务继承规划;资产保护;国际财富转移;慈善组织和私人基金会。
  • 我们代理复杂的遗嘱认证诉讼和虐待老人情况下的个人,并通过协商、诉讼、审判、上诉和其他解决受托人不当行为纠纷的方法,帮助实现最佳结果。
家庭在海滩

概述

税法、市场状况和家族企业状况的变化对个人、家庭、私人公司、非营利组织和受托人来说是最重大的财富管理挑战之一。Holland & Knight私人财富服务集团是一家高素质的、积极应对变化的公司,无论变化是积极的还是消极的,我们都致力于规划和保护您的财务利益。

私人财富客户承诺

荷兰和骑士在美国的任何律师事务所(Actec)的美国信托和庄园院校(Actec)中最多的家伙之一。Actec是专业的杰出信托信托和庄园律师的专业协会,并根据他们的知识和经验选择成员资格。荷兰和骑士律师包括一些现任和过去的委员会椅子和学院理事会的成员。

我们的客户受益于备受尊敬,精致和激励的集团的集体经验。如果您的企业或资产分配提出需要在其他司法管辖区或法律领域的问题的问题,您也受益。作为基于美国最大的律师事务所之一,我们几乎代表了客户的所有领域。我们整合了荷兰和骑士的习惯实践,以提供您所需经验的深度和广度。

值得信赖的顾问

我们经验丰富的财富规划律师已经为高净值个人、多代家庭和国际客户准备和实施了无数的遗产规划,使用了从传统到深奥的广泛复杂的策略和技术。

我们的私人财富服务集团在多个领域获得全国认可,例如:

  • 遗产、赠与和跨代转移税收筹划
  • 复杂的慈善捐赠
  • 遗嘱诉讼
  • 国税局诉讼
  • 人寿保险计划
  • 业务继任计划
  • 资产保护
  • 国际税收
  • 慈善组织
  • 私人基金会
  • 婚前和婚后的计划
  • 规划的企业家
  • 首选合作伙伴
  • 私募寿险

房地产税准备和遵守

除房地产管理进程外,我们的律师还向客户提供税务相关活动,包括屋恏,个人和遗产的税收活动,包括准备遗产税和收入返回,计划最大限度地减少分支税,遗产税法的代表性和全方位后验尸规划(包括合格免责声明以及在先前转移时使用税收税)。

争议解决和诉讼

我们的团队拥有在美国和其他国家的遗嘱认证和信托诉讼的审判经验,能够处理复杂的遗嘱认证诉讼,包括:

  • 信任和意志竞赛
  • 防御和起诉信托额外收费诉讼程序
  • 有争议的保护区和监护权
  • 意志和信任建设
  • 解释和改革诉讼程序
  • 遗产和赠与税诉讼事务在许多不同的州法院和美国税务法院

与争议解决律师密切合作,通过谈判,诉讼,审判,上诉和替代争议解决方法来实现最佳结果,我们代表了个人,包括名人,家族企业,慈善组织,教育机构,银行和信托公司。

免税组织

所有类型的实体,如美国或国际慈善机构,家庭或企业基金会,教育机构或组织,专业协会,宗教组织或其他免税组织,我们的团队协助。我们的私人财富服务集团精通与此类实体相关的专业和复杂的法律。我们的团队包括在公司治理问题方面获得全国认可的律师、知名案例的成功律师和现行税收法规的作者。我们定期为免税客户提供以下建议:

  • 财富保护和转移
  • 联邦,州和地方税法
  • 公司治理和交易
  • 非营利资产管理
  • 慈善和计划的给予
  • 慈善征集
  • 房地产管理
  • 业务协调问题
  • 捕获的遗赠
  • 就业法
  • 知识产权
  • 房地产
  • 诉讼

领先的律师在你身边

我们的私人财富服务集团拥有丰富的经验,为我们的客户处理广泛的工作。我们的团队成员素质高,对变化反应灵敏,被各种出版物公认为私人财富行业的领导者。

最近认识包括:

  • 美国私人客户团队为东海岸,2020年钱伯斯高净值指导
  • 全国私人财富法领先律所,2016-2020钱伯斯高净值指导
  • 佛罗里达州、马萨诸塞州和俄勒冈州的私人财富法一级排名;加州私人财富纠纷;和私人飞机在全球,2020年钱伯斯高净值指导
  • 第一层在信托和庄园法律中排名,2014-2021美国新闻 - 最好的律师“最佳律师事务所”指南
  • 律师事务所年度信托和庄园法律,2017年美国新闻 - 最好的律师指导

案例研究

多媒体

Immigration attorney Leon Fresco, national security attorney Jason Klitenic and private wealth attorney Lauren Klein co-hosted a webinar discussing how to navigate U.S. immigration and taxation laws when significant wealth is involved. In recent years, wealthy non-U.S. individuals have established a greater presence in the United States, generally through direct investment in U.S. assets, student visas or other avenues. Our attorneys discussed how to determine the right visa classification based on the client's present and future goals, what to do when encountering and addressing national security issues arising in connection with U.S. visas, and other immigration matters. They also analyzed U.S. federal tax considerations for various U.S. visa classifications.

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Duration: 52:24

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Upcoming Webinars

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  • Tax Controversy, Thursday, May 13, 2021
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  • Nonprofits, Thursday, June 10, 2021
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  • Tax Planning for International Clients in Three Parts, July 2021
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  • International Private Equity Planning, August 2021
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  • International Estate Administration, September 2021
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","link":{"label":"Navigating the U.S. Immigration System in a Time of Uncertainty","url":"/en/insights/media-entities/2021/04/navigating-the-us-immigration-system-in-a-time-of-uncertainty","AbsoluteUrl":"//www.efaxnow.com/en/insights/media-entities/2021/04/navigating-the-us-immigration-system-in-a-time-of-uncertainty","target":"","rel":""}},{"image":{"url":"/-/media/images/insights/media-entities/2021/03/media_intl_private_client_march_webinar_still.jpg","alt":"Ongoing Post-Election Coverage Issues for International Clients"},"description":"

Private Wealth Services attorney Sean Tevel and tax attorney Joshua Odintz discussed the current state of the tax reform landscape and provided guidance on the best ways that private clients and their advisors can be prepared for potential tax reform. There has been much discussion on tax reform under the Biden Administration, and although no formal legislative proposals have been released, reform could come about with respect to U.S. federal transfer taxes and U.S. federal income taxes. These potential changes could significantly affect the way international families transfer their wealth, recommended structures for foreign investment into the United States and planning for U.S. persons with businesses and investments abroad.

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Duration: 50:57

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Upcoming Webinars

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  • Immigration, Thursday, April 8, 2021
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  • Tax Controversy, Thursday, May 13, 2021
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  • Nonprofits, Thursday, June 10, 2021
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  • Tax Planning for International Clients in Three Parts, July 2021
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  • International Private Equity Planning, August 2021
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  • International Estate Administration, September 2021
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","link":{"label":"Ongoing Post-Election Coverage Issues for International Clients","url":"/en/insights/media-entities/2021/03/ongoing-post-election-coverage-issues-for-international-clients","AbsoluteUrl":"//www.efaxnow.com/en/insights/media-entities/2021/03/ongoing-post-election-coverage-issues-for-international-clients","target":"","rel":""}},{"image":{"url":"/-/media/images/insights/media-entities/2021/02/media_international_private_client_webinar_still.jpg","alt":"Title Slide"},"description":"

Private Wealth Services Attorneys Stewart Kasner and Liam Crane reviewed significant legislative changes that affect deductibility and income taxation of alimony payments made to and received by former spouses. Made effective in 2019, these changes need to be considered in the 2020 tax year.

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Withholding tax rules in which the former spouse receiving the alimony payments is a non-U.S. person and the payor spouse is a U.S. person have been affected. The rules are further complicated by the differences in how alimony is taxed in other countries, which can create double taxation unless a tax treaty exists and rectifies the whipsaw effect. Additionally, the division of property between former spouses, where either spouse is not a U.S. person, can trigger unanticipated income tax consequence and withholding tax exposures not often contemplated, particularly where the transfer of U.S. real property is involved.

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Duration: 1:01:17

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Upcoming Webinars

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  • Ongoing Post-Election Coverage Issues for International Clients, Wednesday, March 17, 2021
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  • Immigration, Thursday, April 8, 2021
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  • Tax Controversy, Thursday, May 13, 2021
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  • Nonprofits, Thursday, June 10, 2021
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  • Tax Planning for International Clients in Three Parts, July 2021
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  • International Private Equity Planning, August 2021
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  • International Estate Administration, September 2021
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","link":{"label":"Divorce in a Post-Tax Reform World with a Focus on Cross-Border Issues","url":"/en/insights/media-entities/2021/02/divorce-in-a-post-tax-reform-world-with-a-focus-on-cross-border-issues","AbsoluteUrl":"//www.efaxnow.com/en/insights/media-entities/2021/02/divorce-in-a-post-tax-reform-world-with-a-focus-on-cross-border-issues","target":"","rel":""}},{"image":{"url":"/-/media/images/insights/media-entities/2021/01/media_crossborderprenupwebinar_still.jpg","alt":"Cross Border Prenuptial Agreements: Navigating the Dangerous Shoals of Love, Wealth and Marriage Involving Multiple Countries of Origin, Domicile and Residence"},"description":"

The drafting and negotiation of prenuptial agreements is an area that can be fraught with complexity and danger for the lawyers involved. These issues are greatly magnified when the agreements involve international couples. Private Wealth Services Attorney Mark Haranzo discussed how best to approach these agreements, addressing such topics as potential jurisdictions; considerations of governing law, including the understanding of the family laws in the potential jurisdictions; and the requirements and enforceability of prenuptial agreements in each jurisdiction, as well as selection and collaboration with experts in those jurisdictions.

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Duration: 51:39

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Upcoming Webinars

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  • Divorce in a Post-Tax Reform World with a Focus on Cross Border IssuesWednesday, February 17, 2021
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  • Ongoing Post-Election Coverage Issues for International Clients, Wednesday, March 17, 2021
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  • Immigration, Thursday, April 8, 2021
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  • Tax Controversy, Thursday, May 13, 2021
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  • Nonprofits, Thursday, June 10, 2021
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  • Tax Planning for International Clients in Three Parts, July 2021
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  • International Private Equity Planning, August 2021
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  • International Estate Administration, September 2021
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","link":{"label":"Cross Border Prenuptial Agreements: Navigating the Dangerous Shoals of Love, Wealth and Marriage Involving Multiple Countries of Origin, Domicile and Residence","url":"/en/insights/media-entities/2021/01/cross-border-prenuptial-agreements","AbsoluteUrl":"//www.efaxnow.com/en/insights/media-entities/2021/01/cross-border-prenuptial-agreements","target":"","rel":""}},{"image":{"url":"/-/media/images/insights/media-entities/2020/11/media_hnwtaxpayers_still.jpg","alt":"HNW Taxpayers webinar"},"description":"

Holland & Knight and Chambers and Partners co-hosted a webinar discussion on the possible impacts of the U.S. elections on high-net-worth (HNW) taxpayers. Private Wealth Services Partners Sean Tevel, Mark Haranzo and Christopher Boyett covered topics including how to prepare for possible changes in U.S. income tax, estate tax and gift tax laws; how to prepare for new structures for foreign investment in U.S. real estate, securities and operating businesses; and how to prepare for possible changes for multijurisdictional families with U.S. persons owning assets and operating businesses abroad.

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Registration is required to view this program.

","link":{"label":"Planning During Uncertain Times: How The U.S. Elections May Impact HNW Taxpayers","url":"/en/insights/media-entities/2020/11/planning-during-uncertain-times-how-the-us-elections-may-impact-hnw","AbsoluteUrl":"//www.efaxnow.com/en/insights/media-entities/2020/11/planning-during-uncertain-times-how-the-us-elections-may-impact-hnw","target":"","rel":""}},{"image":{"url":"/-/media/images/insights/media-entities/media_audio_still.jpg","alt":"sound waves"},"description":"Private Wealth Services Partner Vivian Lee Thoreen was featured on a WealthManagement.com podcast about high-profile celebrity estates and estate-planning issues at the heart of each case. In this episode, Ms. Thoreen discussed her representation of Richard Pryor, an American actor, writer and influential comedian. Based on his case, she described red flags that might indicate elder abuse and covered issues such as how advisors are protected when filing an elder abuse report.
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\nDuration: 26:21","link":{"label":"Celebrity Estates: Richard Pryor's Elder Abuse","url":"/en/insights/media-entities/2020/10/celebrity-estates-richard-pryors-elder-abuse","AbsoluteUrl":"//www.efaxnow.com/en/insights/media-entities/2020/10/celebrity-estates-richard-pryors-elder-abuse","target":"","rel":""}},{"image":{"url":"/-/media/images/insights/media-entities/2020/08/legalissuesstill.jpg","alt":"Zoom Panel"},"description":"

Private wealth services and political law focused attorneys Charles Borden, Samuel Brown and Meredeth Beers gave a presentation for an audience of ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) individuals with a strong interest in the 2020 elections and a potential interest in serving in some capacity. The presentation covered everything from the vetting process all the way to receiving Senate confirmation.

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Click here to view the slides from the presentation.

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Duration: 58:10:05

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More Presentations in this Series

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Political law attorneys Charles Borden and Samuel Brown and private wealth services attorney Patrick Duffey gave a presentation that addressed political contribution limits and prohibitions, pay-to-play rules, different vehicles for electoral engagement, pitfalls for the unwary and practice tips for ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) individuals and their advisors.

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Click here to view the slides from the presentation.

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Duration: 57:34

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More Presentations in this Series

\n","link":{"label":"Part 2: Legal Issues Associated with Potential Involvement in the 2020 Elections","url":"/en/insights/media-entities/2020/08/part-2-legal-issues-associated-with-potential-involvement","AbsoluteUrl":"//www.efaxnow.com/en/insights/media-entities/2020/08/part-2-legal-issues-associated-with-potential-involvement","target":"","rel":""}},{"image":{"url":"/-/media/images/insights/media-entities/2020/08/media_legal_issues_associated_part1_still.jpg","alt":"Zoom slide still image"},"description":"

Private wealth services and government-focused attorneys Ronald Klein, Dimitri Karakitsos, Mark Haranzo, Patrick Duffey and Senior Policy Advisor Scott Mason gave a presentation on what changes to the electoral map could mean for ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) clients and how these changes might affect their planning goals and priorities.

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Click here to view the slides from the presentation.

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Duration: 1:03:19

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More Presentations in this Series

\n","link":{"label":"Part 1: What do Changes to the Electoral Map Mean to UHNW Clients?","url":"/en/insights/media-entities/2020/08/part-1-what-do-changes-to-the-electoral-map-mean","AbsoluteUrl":"//www.efaxnow.com/en/insights/media-entities/2020/08/part-1-what-do-changes-to-the-electoral-map-mean","target":"","rel":""}},{"image":{"url":"/-/media/images/insights/media-entities/media_audio_still.jpg","alt":"sound waves"},"description":"

Members of Holland & Knight's Taxation Team gave a live webinar presentation on recently published IRS guidance dealing with nonresident aliens stranded in the U.S. as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our attorneys addressed how a nonresident alien can avoid resident alien classification, which implicates worldwide taxation and onerous tax filing and reporting obligations, as well as planning steps to consider in light of the new guidance. This program was designed for professional advisors, including attorneys, accountants, certified tax experts and financial advisors.

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Presenters:

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Seth J. Entin | Partner, Miami
\nAlan Winston Granwell | Of Counsel, Washington, D.C.
\nWilliam M. Sharp | Partner, Atlanta, San Francisco and Tampa
\nWilliam B. Sherman | Partner, Fort Lauderdale

","link":{"label":"IRS Guidance on Stranded Nonresident Aliens","url":"/en/insights/media-entities/2020/04/irs-guidance-on-stranded-nonresident-aliens","AbsoluteUrl":"//www.efaxnow.com/en/insights/media-entities/2020/04/irs-guidance-on-stranded-nonresident-aliens","target":"","rel":""}},{"image":{"url":"/-/media/images/events/2020/04/nonus-tax-and-financial-advisors-webinar-still.jpg","alt":"Non U.S. Tax and Financial Advisors Webinar Still"},"description":"

Holland & Knight hosted a live webinar presentation providing an overview of COVID-19 governmental responses impacting domestic and cross-border tax matters. This highly informative program was designed for non-U.S. professional advisors, including attorneys, accountants, certified tax experts and financial advisors.

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Topics included:

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  • the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) provisions amending the U.S. Internal Revenue Code
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  • an overview of the tax provisions impacting businesses and individuals
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  • planning opportunities and pitfalls arising under the CARES Act
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  • how certain provisions may benefit domestic planning but detriment international tax planning
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  • IRS administrative releases impacting 2019 federal tax payments and filing
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  • unresolved issues impacting nonresident alien individuals and foreign corporations from nonresident cross-border workers/high-net-worth individuals stranded in the United States
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  • the income tax residence status of stranded nonresident aliens – and potential triggering of U.S. worldwide taxation and resultant tax compliance burdens for 2020
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  • the creation of U.S. trade, business or permanent establishment status and the related tax and compliance aspects
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  • the residence status of a company (effective place of management)
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  • a high-level overview of state and local tax agency relief responses
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Presenters

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Nicole M. Elliott | Partner, Washington, D.C.
\nSeth J. Entin | Partner, Miami
\nAlan Winston Granwell | Of Counsel, Washington, D.C.
\nDenise M. Mudigere | Partner, Dallas
\nWilliam M. Sharp | Partner, Atlanta, San Francisco and Tampa
\nWilliam B. Sherman | Partner, Fort Lauderdale

","link":{"label":"What Non-U.S. Tax and Financial Advisors Should Know About U.S. Taxation Relief in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic","url":"/en/insights/media-entities/2020/04/what-nonus-tax-and-financial-advisors-should-know","AbsoluteUrl":"//www.efaxnow.com/en/insights/media-entities/2020/04/what-nonus-tax-and-financial-advisors-should-know","target":"","rel":""}},{"image":{"url":"/-/media/images/insights/media-entities/media_audio_still.jpg","alt":"sound waves"},"description":"

Private Wealth Services Partner Joshua Husbands was featured on the Portland Business Journal's Thought Leadership podcast. He shared insights on the current political climate and how it may affect estate tax legislation. He also identified steps a high-net-worth individual should take if they are interested in taking advantage of the available federal estate tax exemption and how non-resident income tax planning may be beneficial for business owners in the Pacific Northwest.

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Duration: 14:46

","link":{"label":"How Today’s Political Environment Impacts Estate Planning for Family Business Owners and High-net-worth Individuals (Podcast)","url":"/en/insights/media-entities/2020/03/how-todays-political-environment-impacts-estate-planning","AbsoluteUrl":"//www.efaxnow.com/en/insights/media-entities/2020/03/how-todays-political-environment-impacts-estate-planning","target":"","rel":""}},{"image":{"url":"/-/media/images/insights/media-entities/media_audio_still.jpg","alt":"sound waves"},"description":"

Vivian Thoreen, chair of Holland & Knight's national Private Wealth Services Dispute Resolution Team, was featured on a podcast for WealthManagement.com. Ms. Thoreen draws on her experience representing actor Mickey Rooney and his estate in elder abuse and estate litigation to discuss how to help clients better understand estate planning to prevent or minimize post-death litigation. She covers topics such as red flags for advisers when working with clients and tips for having effective conversations about the division of estates.

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Duration: 30:09

","link":{"label":"Mickey Rooney, Elder Abuse and Post-Death Litigation","url":"/en/insights/media-entities/2020/02/dead-celebrity-podcast","AbsoluteUrl":"//www.efaxnow.com/en/insights/media-entities/2020/02/dead-celebrity-podcast","target":"","rel":""}},{"image":{"url":"/-/media/images/insights/media-entities/media_audio_still.jpg","alt":"sound waves"},"description":"

Private Wealth Services Attorney Lydia Lockett, along with fellow members of the California Young Lawyers Association (CYLA), discuss section updates, CLE highlights from the 2019 Annual Meeting and tips for phases of litigation in estate planning, trusts and probate law.

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Duration: 15:03

","link":{"label":"CLA 2019 Annual Meeting: CYLA – Evidence Strategy Tips and Section Updates","url":"/en/insights/media-entities/2019/10/cla-2019-annual-meeting-cyla-evidence-strategy-tips-and-section","AbsoluteUrl":"//www.efaxnow.com/en/insights/media-entities/2019/10/cla-2019-annual-meeting-cyla-evidence-strategy-tips-and-section","target":"","rel":""}},{"image":{"url":"/-/media/images/insights/media-entities/2019/05/predeath-litigation/media_vivian_thoreen_interview_still.jpg","alt":"Vivian Still image"},"description":"

Attorney Vivian Thoreen discusses the trends in Pre-Death Litigation at the Hawaii Tax Institute Conference 2018. Ms. Thoreen provided her insights into the growing trends of elder abuse and pre-death contests that family members are litigating against. A pre-death contest is when a family member believes that an elderly parent is being taken advantage of by another family member, care giver or a close friend who convinced the parent to change their estate plan.

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Duration: 4:30

","link":{"label":"Pre-Death Litigation","url":"/en/insights/media-entities/2019/05/predeath-litigation","AbsoluteUrl":"//www.efaxnow.com/en/insights/media-entities/2019/05/predeath-litigation","target":"","rel":""}},{"image":{"url":"/-/media/images/insights/media-entities/2018/07/precontest-planning/videostillimage/mediaaudiostill.jpg","alt":"Pre-Contest Planning"},"description":"

Private Wealth Services attorney Vivian Thoreen was featured on the ACTEC Trust and Estate Talk podcast series for an episode focused on pre-contest planning for wealth and estate management professionals.

Duration: 12:22

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When forming a new fund, private equity partners should consider carefully how to structure their ownership interests, advises Partner Bradley Van Buren, a member of the Private Investment Fund Formation Team, in this video conversation with Mergers & Acquisitions editor-in-chief Mary Kathleen Flynn, shot at ACG InterGrowth 2013. Watch the video to learn about the benefits of planning, including paying lower taxes and gaining protection from potential creditors, and read Van Buren’s guest article, “Planning Helps PE Pros Save on Taxes.”

Duration: 2 minutes

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