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Post-Mortem Estate Planning

March 8th, 2023  

Even with up to date and well-structured estate plans, there are still some post-mortem alternatives necessary and available for an estate.  Some examples are as follows: Fiscal Year Election. Estates come into existence as a taxpayer for income tax purposes at the death of the decedent. An Estate may  elect a fiscal year that is… Read More

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Who Gets Paid in an Insolvent Estate?

March 8th, 2023  

In the case of the Estate of Clint Wallace vs. Newrez, LLC., the Court was asked to determine when real property encumbered by a deed of  trust is sold to satisfy claims against the estate, are the amounts due under the deed of trust to be paid before any surplus becomes available  for distribution to… Read More

Speak Out Now Act: What is it, and what does it mean for employers?

January 31st, 2023  

President Joe Biden signed the Speak Out Now Act into law on December 7, 2022. The Act comes as an offshoot of the #MeToo movement and was spearheaded by the #MeToo movement’s leaders Gretchen Carlson and Julie Roginsky. As part of its reasoning for passing the Speak Out Now Act, Congress found that “81% of… Read More

Firm Announces Two New Members: Allison S. Whitledge (Martin) and Rebecca P. Biehslich (Martin)

January 24th, 2023  

Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell, PLC Announces Two New Partners FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:  Alicia Robinson, 731.423.2414, Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell, PLC Announces Two New Partners Martin, TN (January 18, 2023) – Allison S. Whitledge (Martin) and Rebecca P. Biehslich (Martin) have been named as Members of  Rainey, Kizer, Reviere & Bell, PLC. Allison S…. Read More

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