Stephanie Moll published a report entitled “Estates Must Now Request Closing Letters from IRS,” featured in the American Bar Association, Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section, eReport, September 2015

Brent Howard was quoted in the blog post Lamar Odom and the Risk of a Non-Finalized Divorce published by Jessica Reece Fagan of Hedgepeth, Heredia & Rieder on October 19, 2015.  The blog can be found here.

Kim Civins and Tiffany McKenzie co-authored an article that was published in the October 2015 issue of the Georgia Bar Journal entitled “Marriage, Death and Taxes: The Estate Planning Impact of Windsor and Obergefell on Georgia’s Same-Sex Spouses”The Article can be found here.

Renee Gabbard published an article in the March 2015 edition of Estate Planning Magazine entitled “Fiduciary Factors for Drafting Trust With Closely Held Stock.”

Lawrence Brody and Mary Ann Mancini published a third edition of the book, The Insurance Counselor: Federal Gift, Estate, and Generation-Skipping Transfer Taxation of Life Insurance,  with co-author Norman H. Lane.

Kim Civins and Tiffany McKenzie co-authored an article that was published in the Summer 2012 issue of Insights Magazine entitled “Estate Planning With Conservation Easements”

Mary Ann Mancini and Caitlin Murphy co-authored an article that was published in the Winter 2012 issue of the Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Journal entitled “The Elusive Insurable Interest Requirement: Are You Sure the Insured is Insured?”

Mary Ann Mancini published an article in Private Wealth Management entitled “Opportunities and Pitfalls when Planning with Annuities” in the fall of 2011

Mary Ann Mancini published a new update for Structuring Buy-Sell Agreements, a book co-authored by Mary Ann Mancini, Howard Zaritsky, and Farhad Aghdami, in the winter of 2011

Lawrence Brody co-authored an article in the November 2011 Trusts & Estates entitled “A Gift From Above: Estate Planning on a Higher Plane; The unique design of a BDIT minimizes — even eliminates — many tax and non-tax problems” with Jerome M. Hesch, Richard A. Oshins and Susan P. Rounds