Substantive Trust and Estate Information
The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel Foundation is a nonprofit focused on providing trust, estate and tax learning for professionals, families and law students.
Our professional education and resources offer valuable information for lawyers and financial services professionals.
Our ACTEC Fellows help explain to families some of the basics of wills, estate planning, and guardianship.
Our commitment to funding legal education initiatives for law students, including the Mary Moers Wenig Student Writing Competition.
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“Section 199A and the 20% Deduction for Qualified Business Income.” That’s the subject of today’s ACTEC Trust and Estate Talk. Transcript/Show Notes This is Susan Snyder, ACTEC Fellow from Chicago. The Department of Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service have...
ACTEC Fellow Hugh Magill’s final episode in the lecture series discusses increased life expectancy of grantors, their beneficiaries, and the implications to trusts and estates.
ACTEC Fellow Hugh Magill continues his lecture by discussing how trusts need to evolve to serve new family dynamics and issues in designing trusts for contemporary families.
The ACTEC Foundation is a nonprofit that offers education to families and professionals and supports students interested in the trust and estate area of the law.
Our mission is to support scholarships to improve the law and by encouraging life-long learning. Our Fellows engage through programs which serve the community.
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The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel Foundation was created in 1982 to support life-long learning in the areas of trust, estate, tax, and estate planning. Our Fellows are the best and brightest in the estate field, and generously share their expertise with the public.
Since 2008, nearly a million dollars in grants have been distributed.