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QPRTS and PRTS: Planning Strategies for Transferring Family Homes
Posted on 13 Aug 2010 by Nancy G. Henderson

As an alternative to gifting direct interests in a family home to children, a donor can establish an inter vivos trust for the benefit of children or other family members and make gifts of interests in the property to such a trust during life. There are... Read More

Outright Gifting of Property Interests
Posted on 9 Aug 2010 by Nancy G. Henderson

From the donor's perspective, the simplest alternative for transferring a family home to children and grandchildren is to make outright gifts of real property interests. In this Analysis, Nancy G. Henderson discusses gifting with the annual exclusion... Read More

Transferring Family Homes: Family Limited Partnerships, LLCs, and Trusts
Posted on 10 Aug 2010 by Nancy G. Henderson

An alternative to gifting direct interests in a family home to children or other family members is to transfer the property to a family limited partnership (FLP) or a limited liability company (LLC) and to make gifts of interests in the partnership or... Read More

  • Blog Post: Outright Gifting of Property Interests

    From the donor's perspective, the simplest alternative for transferring a family home to children and grandchildren is to make outright gifts of real property interests. In this Analysis, Nancy G. Henderson discusses gifting with the annual exclusion, issues with gift tax, a relevant perspective...
  • Blog Post: Transferring Family Homes: Family Limited Partnerships, LLCs, and Trusts

    An alternative to gifting direct interests in a family home to children or other family members is to transfer the property to a family limited partnership (FLP) or a limited liability company (LLC) and to make gifts of interests in the partnership or LLC to children or other family members. In this...
  • Blog Post: QPRTS and PRTS: Planning Strategies for Transferring Family Homes

    As an alternative to gifting direct interests in a family home to children, a donor can establish an inter vivos trust for the benefit of children or other family members and make gifts of interests in the property to such a trust during life. There are many different types of trusts that a donor should...