Gifts, Inheritances and Trusts – What Happens When Beneficiaries Divorce? sponsored by BNY Mellon Wealth Management
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• Special Accredited Estate Planner®
Designation Recognition Luncheon •
About the program…
A domestic relations attorney with over 30 years of experience will explain how Ohio divorce courts treat gifts, inheritances and trusts in family law cases. The treatment of “separate property” by divorce courts may come as a surprise when the grantor or beneficiary becomes involved in a divorce. The presentation will describe how various gifting and estate planning strategies can implicate different treatments in divorce cases. When gift recipients, trust beneficiaries and estates are involved in a divorce, the choice of wealth transfer strategies can lead to significantly different outcomes. Strategies involving family businesses, appreciating assets and trusts can inadvertently transfer wealth to non-family members contrary to the intent of the grantor. The presentation will explain how various methods of transferring wealth can significantly alter outcomes in divorce cases.
About the speaker…
Carl A. Murway is a partner in Taft's Cleveland office and a member of the Private Client practice group. He represents clients in a variety of family law matters, including dissolution of marriage, divorce, custody and premarital agreements. Carl's experience includes complex business valuation issues, treatment of qualified and non-qualified retirement plan benefits, analysis of complex executive compensation arrangements, analysis of spousal and child support claims, analysis of marital and separate property claims, and tax considerations involved in the division and disbursement of marital and separate property. He is certified by the Ohio State Bar Association as a Family Relations Law Specialist. Carl received his undergraduate degree from Oberlin College and his law degree from the University of Wisconsin, graduating cum laude. He has been a Fellow of the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) since 1996.
Peter Balunek, CFP®, CLU®, ChFC® ∙ 2015-2016 Program Chair
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Continuing Education – EPC Cleveland will request credit for this program from the CFP® Board of Standards for CFP® designation holders. In addition, a certificate of completion will be available for those CTFAs, CPAs, and CWS designees who feel the program satisfies their continuing education requirements.
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