Murphy's Will Clauses: Annotations and Forms with Tax Effects
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Over 1,400 thoughtfully framed will and trust clauses with related documents.
This authoritative set includes:• Detailed guidelines with suggestions
• Annotated with law of all states
• Invaluable estate planning advice
• Large selection of complete wills and trusts
• Sample computations
• Summary of estate, gift, generation-skipping transfer and fiduciary income taxes
• Living wills and health care proxies
• Fiduciaries' and guardianship compensation
• Comprehensive analysis preceding each group of forms
First published in 1960.
Five volumes; updated with revisions twice a year.
Also available on Authority Tax & Estate Planning Law Library CD-ROM.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Complete Wills and Codicils - An Overview
Chapter 2 Basic Estate Planning and Will Drafting Considerations
Chapter 3 Federal Estate and Gift Taxation: Will Drafting and Planning Considerations
Chapter 3A Federal Generation-Skipping Transfer Taxation: Will Drafting and Planning
Chapter 3B Federal Income Taxation of Decedents and Their Estates: Will Drafting and Planning
Chapter 3C Federal Income Taxation of Trusts: Drafting and Planning Considerations
Chapter 3D Federal Income Taxation of Grantor Trusts: Drafting and Planning
Chapter 4 Non-Dispositive Clauses
Chapter 5 Testamentary Dispositions of Property--Types of Devises and Devises of Specific Types
Chapter 6 Concurrent and Successive Interests -- Ownership and Devise
Chapter 7 Testamentary Trusts
Chapter 8 Powers of Appointment, Powers of Invasion and Powers of Withdrawal
Chapter 9 Marital Deduction
Chapter 9A Limitations on the Freedom of Testation: Spousal Protection
Chapter 10 Particular Beneficiaries
Chapter 11 Charitable Dispositions
Chapter 11A Dispositions For Care of Pets and Cemetery Plots
Chapter 12 [Reserved]
Chapter 13 Beneficial Aspects of Devises: Conditions, Lapse and Disclaimers
Chapter 14 Property Aspects of Devises: Changes In Assets and Liabilities
Chapter 15 Appointment and Compensation of Fiduciaries
Chapter 16 Fiduciary Duties, Powers and Liabilities
Chapter 17 Tax Apportionment and Related Directions
Chapter 18 Inter Vivos Trusts
Chapter 18A Estate Planning: Agreements and Documents Affecting the Transferability of
Chapter 19 Incorporation By Reference, Facts of Independent Significance and Pour-Over
Chapter 20 Living Wills and Health-Care Proxies