Praise for The Living Trust Advisor
"The Living Trust Advisor is a necessary survival guide in the inheritance arena for every American in these turbulent economic times."
--Congressman Thaddeus McCotter
"Living trusts can be the most important part of an estate plan-saving time and money by reducing or eliminating estate taxes and by avoiding probate. For all those who have or are considering a living trust, The Living Trust Advisor is an invaluable source and an essential tool for any estate plan. Your beneficiaries will thank you."
--Angelique M. Neal,
former attorney with the IRS,
Office of Chief Counsel, Los Angeles
"In The Living Trust Advisor Jeffrey Condon not only shows how to make the baffling world of trusts work for the average person, but gives invaluable advice on navigating the complex web of family emotions that inevitably come to the surface in estate planning. His expert advice and guidance should be on the bookshelf of anyone who needs more than just a basic will."
--Brian J. O'Connor,
Personal Finance Editor, The Detroit News
"Jeffrey Condon bonds with the reader on a level that encourages our complete trust in his trust instructions. In this book, he wisely walks readers through all of the pitfalls, tax implications, changes that may occur, and subsequent legal implications. The Living Trust Advisor is a fine and entertaining read as well as an indispensable resource for everyone in need of advice and compassion in making a will or a trust."
Reviewer for Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Powells, Reuters, USA Today, and Blogging Authors, Author of War Songs, and contributor of essays to museum catalogues
Wiley; April 2009
- ISBN 9780470396469
- Read online
- Title: The Living Trust Advisor
- Author: Jeffrey L. Condon
About The Author
Jeffrey L. Condon is an attorney at Condon & Condon in Santa Monica, California, where he has practiced in trusts, estates, and family inheritance planning for twenty years. With his late father, Gerald M. Condon, he is the coauthor of Beyond the Grave: The Right Way and the Wrong Way of Leaving Money to Your Children (and Others), which is the bestselling inheritance planning book in American publishing history, and was called "the best estate planning book in America" by the Wall Street Journal. He is a frequent public speaker and commentator, having appeared on CNN and CNBC, and has conducted seminars for a multitude of organizations and charities, including Merrill Lynch, Charles Schwab, Washington Mutual Bank, and American Insurance Company.