Conrad Teitell

Articles by Conrad Teitell
Protecting Clients’ Digital Assets 
Suzanne Brown Walsh & Conrad Teitell address the oft-overlooked issue of digital assets in estates
Review of Reviews: A Chip Off the Old Iceblock... 
Conrad Teitell reviews Professor Benjamin C. Carpenter's recent article
Gifting a Personal Residence or Farm 
There was an old woman who lived in a shoe Had she planned on giving that shoe (her personal residence) to a charitable remainder unitrust (CRUT) or charitable
Goodbye to Gobbledygook? 
Congress proclaimed that the Plain Writing Act of 2010 (the Act)1 will improve the effectiveness and accountability of the IRS and other ederal agencies
JOHN R. PRICE, The Fundamentals of Ethically Representing Multiple Clients in Estate Planning, 62 University of Miami Law Review 735 (April 2008) 
If there were an Olympic event in estate planning, I'd want John R. Price to represent our country. Unlike the blind men and the elephant, he sees the
My Crystal Ball 
Let's look at the recent past, the better to see what the future of the estate tax will be in the years 2009, 2010, 2011 and beyond. My predictions about
Sample CLATs 
Thanks to the Internal Revenue Service for its help to the estate-planning and charitable-giving community, by publishing sample charitable lead annuity
A Closer Look at Those New Specimen CRUTs 
The Internal Revenue Service has done a yeoman's service in publishing specimen safe-harbor charitable remainder unitrust (CRUT) agreements for inter
Tax Benefits For Charitable Gifts 
The federal government helps your clients be philanthropists with tax incentives that greatly reduce the out-of-pocket cost of charitable gifts and in
Flexible Start Dates 
With a traditional deferred gift annuity, guaranteed annuity payments are made to a donor and/or another individual for life, starting at a specified
Last-Minute Gift from the Feds 
If you're like me, you don't read the instructions when assembling a barbecue grill. You may, however, wish to take a look at the Internal Revenue Service's
Taxing CRT Payments 
In November of 2003, the Internal Revenue Service proposed new regulations governing the taxation of charitable remainder unitrust and annuity trust payments.
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