Written by Jim Worthington on April 27, 2016
News reports have surfaced that Prince died without a will. I don’t want to say too much too soon but here’s an interesting question. Prince had some very particular ideas about how to manage his artistic repertoire. A will or trust would have provided an opportunity for him to…Read More
Written by Jim Worthington on April 9, 2016
The Estate of Sarah D. Holliday Tax Court case mentioned briefly last month was a win for the IRS but hasn’t generated much buzz in the estate planning community. Essentially, the Tax Court held that the late Ms. Holliday’s family limited partnership was nothing more than…Read More
Written by Jim Worthington on March 18, 2016
The IRS must have been celebrating more than St. Patrick’s Day yesterday. The Tax Court gave it a rare victory and held that a family limited partnership had not been formed for any non-tax reasons and hadn’t been operated with the necessary business formalities. The case…Read More
Written by Jim Worthington on February 25, 2016
See the latest issue of Attorney at Law magazine for Jim Worthington’s article about digital assets.
Written by Jim Worthington on January 10, 2016
Attorney of the Month
James C. Worthington, Sr.
Keeping Up to Speed with Changing Legal Environments
By Dan Baldwin
James C. Worthington, Sr., Sole Proprietor of Worthington Law Firm, says the laws and regulations governing wills, trusts, estate planning,…Read More