Summer 1999 Newsletter
Volume 16, No. 2
Virginia's Nonresident Fiduciaries Statute Does It Make Sense?
J. Garrett Horsley
Can A Beneficiary Avoid A Federal Tax Lien By Using A Disclaimer?
E. Diane Thompson
Estate Planning for Collectors
Recent IRS Regulations Provide Planning Opportunities for Existing Charitable Remainder Unitrusts
David L. Lundy
- Board of Governors
MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR
In order to ensure that the Trusts and Estates Section continues to provide a Newsletter of general interest to its membership, articles concerning timely topics are always welcome. In the event section members may be interested in submitting an article or a suggestion regarding a topic on estate planning and administration, you are encouraged to contact Mark Ferguson, the incoming newsletter editor for 1999/2000, at (703) 790-8440. Hopefully, with the assistance of our vast and varied membership, the Newsletter will continue to provide articles of interest to its membership on a more frequent basis.
For those of you who have recently joined the ranks of the Trusts and Estate Section, it is anticipated that a dedicated issue of the Virginia Lawyer focusing on trust and estate issues will published in December of 1999.
As with any professional organization, the Trust and Estates Section depends largely on the literary contributions of its membership in publishing the Newsletter. However, if you have an interest in expanding your participation in the Trust and Estate Section, we would welcome your input and assistance. Please feel free to contact any of the members of the Board of Governors (listed on the back cover) with your comments or suggestions. Your input is very important in ensuring a viable Newsletter.
W. William Gust
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