CHAMBERS HIGH NET WORTH GUIDE 2023 RECOGNIZES BW WITH SEVERAL RANKINGS

Brody Wilkinson PC is pleased to announce that the firm’s Trusts & Estates practice and principals Douglas R. Brown, David R. Hermenze and Peter T. Mott were recognized in the Chambers High Net … [Read more...]

BW EMPLOYEES VOLUNTEER THROUGH UNITED WAY AT GVI

This past Saturday employees of Brody Wilkinson volunteered through the United Way at Green Village Initiative. The mission of GVI is to grow food, knowledge, leadership and community, through urban … [Read more...]

BRODY WILKINSON PC ANNUAL CLIENT NEWSLETTER 2023

BW is pleased to share our annual client newsletter. … [Read more...]

WHAT CAN I DO WITH MY DECEASED SPOUSE’S CREDIT SHELTER TRUST WHICH IS NO LONGER NEEDED?

Many married couples have estate plans which take advantage of the federal and state estate tax exemption of the first spouse to die by holding that exemption amount in what is commonly known as a … [Read more...]

THE CORPORATE TRANSPARENCY ACT: GUIDANCE FOR A NEW ERA

Congress enacted the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) on January 1, 2021, as part of the National Defense Authorization Act.  On December 8, 2021, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Financial … [Read more...]

TRANSFER ON DEATH DESIGNATIONS: NEW USE FOR AN OLD TOOL

Most people are aware that investment accounts and bank accounts can be registered with a beneficiary designation.  These designations are referred to as TOD/POD (transfer/payable on death).  They … [Read more...]

WHY C CORPORATIONS ARE GAINING NEW APPEAL   

It is customary for business founders to select a limited liability company or an S corporation as the entity for their start-ups.  The allure is straightforward  --  neither entity is taxable, and … [Read more...]

IMPORTANCE OF PROPER RETIREMENT PLANNING WHEN NAMING SPECIAL NEEDS INDIVIDUALS AS BENEFICIARIES

The world of estate planning is ever changing, and what may have been the proper way to set up a trust for a special needs individual may be different now than it was a few years ago.  It is important … [Read more...]

FTC PROPOSES BAN ON NON-COMPETITION COVENANTS

One of the most common questions posed by employees and employers alike, is whether a certain non-competition covenant is enforceable.  The answer varies, depending upon the particular language of the … [Read more...]

GBBA RECOGNIZES WILLIAM J. BRITT

William J. Britt was honored by the Greater Bridgeport Bar Association (GBBA) at its annual meeting in recognition of his 50-year legal practice and GBBA membership.  Several BW attorneys were on hand … [Read more...]

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