Articles From Edward Campell

Although an attorney’s fee may qualify as a trust administrative expense, it not be deductible for federal tax purposes By Edward Campell Trusts and Estates, November 2002 State law controls whether an attorney's fee is a valid administration expense payable from a trust's corpus, but federal law controls the federal tax implications.

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