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The undue influence test for inter vivos transfers

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A valid and irrevocable gift

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A stated intention to leave property to a child does not constitute an enforceable contract

Posted in *All Posts, Agreements, Contracts, Gifts, Last Will & Testament, Will & Testament

A spouse’s conveyance of a home, during the marriage, that the spouse had exclusively owned before the marriage

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There is a presumption on death in favor of survivorship rights to the joint bank account holder unless there is clear and convincing evidence of a different intention at the time the account is created

Posted in *All Posts, Death, Elder Law, Gifts, Property

A gift will be subject to distribution if it was used to finance the marital lifestyle, or it was placed in an account which regularly received deposits of income and earnings from the party’s employment or received deposits of other non-exempt monies

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There is a presumption that a gift made by a decedent during his life is taxable as a testamentary substitute if the same was made in contemplation of death or is intended to take effect in possession or enjoyment at or after such death

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Interspousal gifts are subject to equitable distribution

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When examining accounts jointly titled or payable to another on the death of the initial depositor, the presumption of legal entitlement by the surviving joint account holder is rebuttable

Posted in *All Posts, Estates, Gifts, Last Will & Testament, Probate, Will & Testament

Gifts of stock

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