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You have a horrific accident and are looking at a life of extreme medical care. The accident was caused by another person (drunk truck driver). You get a multi-million dollar award. Does the state that you live in get a share?
We know that estate taxes are to be paid in the manner of a testator's choosing, but if the testator fails to make that choice, then estate taxes are "equitably apportioned among the persons interested in the gross tax estate."
On occasion, testators during the course of their life make promises with respect to legacies or incur debts to people they intend to be beneficiaries of their Will. Executors sometimes take the position that a legacy is merely a satisfaction of a debt.
Sometimes, love is lost and a couple divorces. But what happens if the Will in existence at the time of death leaves everything to his or her (now-ex) spouse?
Unlike many other businesses a health care practice cannot be passed by will or otherwise to the provider's spouse or children, unless they too maintain the same license.
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