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Paley Rothman

December 22, 2014 08:40 ET

Paley Rothman Launches Estate Planning Webcast Series to Provide Guidance on Decisions Impacting Long-Term Financial Security

"2014 Legislative Changes for Estate Tax Law" Webcast Now Available

BETHESDA, MD--(Marketwired - Dec 22, 2014) - Paley Rothman, a full service law firm serving corporate and individual clients throughout the Washington metropolitan area, announced today the release of the "2014 Legislative Changes for Estate Tax Law" webcast, the first in its Estate Planning Webcast series scheduled to run throughout 2015 to provide insight on making informed decisions on issues that can impact long-term estate and financial security. With recent federal and state estate laws undergoing significant changes, Jeffrey Kolender, Chair of the firm's Estate Planning and Estate & Trust Administration practice groups, leads a discussion with Paley Rothman attorneys, Michelle J. Chapin and Allison L. Lee, addressing the recent legislation and planning opportunities available under the new laws.

"As fewer individuals become subject to the estate tax, the estate tax driven plans of the past may need to be modified and we hope this first webcast in our series will provide added guidance in the evolving legal landscape of legislative changes," explained Kolender. "Although the primary focus of the legislative overview is the increase in the Maryland exemption amount allowing for greater wealth to be passed on from one generation to another without the imposition of an estate tax, Michelle and Allison provide valuable insight on how the tax concepts and planning ideas are actually geared toward a wider audience."

The complimentary Paley Rothman Estate Planning Webcast series was launched to provide individuals with estate planning guidance, strategies to keep up with changes in federal and state laws and to provide informative business, investment and financial insight to address long-term succession planning needs. Future webcasts will address such topics as: Elder Abuse; Asset Protection & Estate Planning; Estate Planning for Non-US Citizens; and Estate Planning with Retirement Assets. The "2014 Legislative Changes for Estate Tax Law" Webcast is available via the Paley Rothman YouTube channel at:

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