Listen online to Cincinnati Edition where Morgan Rigaud & Joey Thomas will be joining forces with Taft Law attorney Dan Hoffheimer in conversation about the role of the appraiser in the estate settlement process with host Maryanne Zeleznik.
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Equitably dividing assets with both emotional and monetary values is a challenge for any family going through divorce or estate settlement - so we're thrilled that our tips for processing who gets what were published in the winter issue of the Journal of Estate and Tax Planning published by the National Association of Estate Planners & Councils. Sharing our methodology and experience with hopes that the process of dividing objects among family members becomes more open, objective, and democratic.
Managing Director Morgan Rigaud authored this month's featured article in the CBA Report published by the Cincinnati Bar Association titled, "Little Things Mean A Lot: Dividing Art and Collectibles in Death and Divorce."
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In the midst of the grief and chaos that surrounds someone's passing, the logistical challenges of estate sales can seem like even more of a burden. To be sure, selling the estate of a recently deceased family member or friend brings up some difficult memories – but the process doesn't have to be such a nightmare. These ten tips will help you with your legal and moral responsibilities, ensuring efficient administration, accurate appraisals and quick, profitable sales of any valuable personal property in the estate that you are managing.