Trust & Estates
New Hampshire provides distinct advantages for trusts, such as no state income tax, directed trusts, perpetual trusts, and other benefits.
Now is the time to begin reviewing the details of your estate plan and personal tax situation to optimize your tax savings before the December 31, 2025 sunset.
As the significance of IRAs has grown, it has become more common to name trusts as IRA beneficiaries. This article looks at key considerations for inherited IRAs and trusts.
On October 4, 2023, Governor Maura Healey signed a $1B tax reform package. This insight explores the key provisions as well as its impact.
This insight explores spousal lifetime access trusts (“SLATs”) and how they may be used by married couples to take advantage of the elevated federal exemption amounts.
In this webcast from Trusts & Estates journal, experts from Fiduciary Trust of New England and Holland & Knight discuss the key provisions of the Granite State’s trust laws, provide client examples, and address audience questions.
New Hampshire has become one of the most progressive states amongst the group to permit the Domestic Asset Protection Trust ("DAPT") and, as a result, an attractive jurisdiction to utilize.