Master Estate Reporting and Get Troubleshooting Tips for When It Doesn't Balance
All estate administration efforts are summed up in the final accounting. Even a minor missing or incorrect detail can throw it off and breed problems. Are you confident you're not misrepresenting or leaving anything out? This detailed legal guide will walk you through the process of completing the estate's tax returns and creating the final accounting that leave no room for disputes. You'll explore common pitfalls and best practices and come away with helpful examples of tackling tough aspects of the administration. Register today!
Get ideas for improving your inventory practices to prevent issues further down the line.
Clarify what needs to be filed and when.
Take a deeper dive into the income tax returns for the estate and the decedent.
Walk through the final accounting report and spot problems that may cause it not to balance.
Identify top mistakes that can derail the estate closing.
Dana A Dwiggins is the managing partner in the law firm of Solomon Dwiggins Freer & Steadman, Ltd., where she focuses her practice primarily on probate and trust litigation, small business litigation, trust and estate administration, guardianships, and trusts and wills. She routinely represents heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, and private and professional fiduciaries in both contested and uncontested matters affecting all aspects of trusts and estates. She has substantial experience litigating matters involving complex claims of breach of fiduciary duty, including claims relating to allocation of investments, accounting discrepancies, valuation of businesses and other assets, sale of assets, estate and income taxes, distributions, and Nevada's Uniform Principal and Income Act. Ms. Dwiggins is a member of the State Bar of Nevada, where she serves as the president of the Probate and Trust Section and member of the Client Security Fund for the Nevada State Bar. She is also a member of the American Bar Association, Clark County Bar Association, and the Southern Nevada Association of Women Attorneys. Ms. Dwiggins received her B.A. degree from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and her J.D. degree from McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific.
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