Find an attorney who is a Fellow of The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel in your area.
ACTEC Fellows offer families insight into the fundamentals of wills and estate planning.
One of the central purposes of ACTEC is to study and improve trust, estate and tax laws, procedures and professional responsibility. ACTEC and its Fellows file amicus briefs in appropriate cases, testify before Congress, provide in-depth analysis of administrative positions to the Internal Revenue Service, assist in the development of best practices for trust and estate lawyers, and participate actively in the development of the recommendations being promulgated by the international Financial Action Task Force.
The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, ACTEC, is a national organization of approximately 2,500 lawyers elected to membership by demonstrating the highest level of integrity, commitment to the profession, competence, and experience as trust and estate counselors. Our members, "Fellows," are the best and brightest in the trust and estate practice, with decades of experience representing and advising families.
Ronald Aucutt offers expert commentary and analysis on the Office of Management and Budget's Fall 2018 Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory...
ACTEC Fellow and Professor Thomas Gallanis reports that the articles from The ACTEC Foundation/Iowa Law Review symposium held at the University of Iowa...
IN THIS ISSUE: Options to Combine Businesses, Specified Service Trade or Business (SSTB), Trusts are Evil (government’s apparent view), Current Materials...
Pocket Tax Tables, are a quick guide to frequently-used tax information.
ACTEC is pleased to submit comments pursuant to IRS and REG-107892-18, published in the Federal Register on August 16, 2018.
ACTEC is pleased to submit Comments on guidance in connection with the Repeal of Section 682
ACTEC and its Fellows researched and offered opinion to Supreme Court in Sveen v. Melin. The decision was 8-1 in favor of the position taken by ACTEC as...