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Proskauer Rose LLP | USA | 14 Sep 2011

Hirchert Family Trust v. Johnee Ann Alle Hirchert (District Court of Appeal of Florida, Fifth District, June 17, 2011)

The District Court of Appeal of Florida upheld an exception to the Florida homestead exemption in a case where a trusteedeceased husband of the defendant breached his fiduciary duty as trustee in California, and the defendant later used the proceeds resulting from this breach to purchase real property in Florida.


Proskauer Rose LLP | USA | 5 Jul 2011

Estate not entitled to discount the value of three marital trusts for claims by ESOP members against the marital trusts’ assets Estate of Foster v. Comm’r, T.C. Memo 2011-95 (4282011)

In Foster, the Tax Court considered the following: (1) whether an estate was entitled to discount the value of assets in three marital trusts due to the potential for litigation; and (2) whether assets in the marital trusts could be discounted for lack of control over and lack of marketability of the marital trusts’ assets.


Proskauer Rose LLP | USA | 5 Jul 2011

Malpractice claim against an estate was too uncertain to be deductible as of date of death and thus, the deduction would be based only on the amount actually paid by the estate Estate of Gertrude H. Saunders, et al. v. Comm’r, 136 T.C. No. 18 (4282011

In Saunders, a malpractice claim for $90,000,000 was filed against the decedent’s predeceased husband’s estate, alleging a breach of fiduciary duty by the decedent’s husband.


Proskauer Rose LLP | USA | 5 Nov 2010

U.S. government sues estate and donees of J. Howard Marshall II for unpaid gift taxes

The U.S. government is suing the estate and donees of J. Howard Marshall for a combined $85 million of unpaid gift and GST taxes.


Proskauer Rose LLP | USA | 16 Apr 2010

Federal Court of Claims holds that primary executor of estate was not entitled to reissuance of $10 million refund when check was previously issued to and negotiated by an ancillary executor

The Federal Court of Claims recently denied a U.S. executor’s claim for a federal tax refund when the IRS had previously issued a refund check to a non-U.S. ancillary executor.

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