• Recorded Recollections and the Florida Supreme Court's recent rejection of the "totality of the circumstances approach" as it relates to F.
Opinion And Expert Testimony Jeannine Smith Williams 8.
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Highlights of the Eighth Edition include: • the effect of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (ATRA) on: • various estate planning tools; and on • taxable rates; estate, gift, generation skipping, and income taxes; applicable exclusion amounts; and the portable deceased spousal unused exclusion (DSUE) amount for citizens and noncitizens; • general and limited powers of appointment, including "decanting", and releases and disclaimers of power; a spouse's election to take homestead as a tenant in common rather than through a life estate; and the treatment of insurance proceeds payable to a trust; • community property; the homestead exemption, and estate planning issues for same-sex couples; • compliance with Treasury Dept. 230 for written tax advice; and • ethical issues, including the attorney's duty to third parties, asset protection planning, and gifts to lawyers and their relatives • Revised forms and checklists Visit our Estate Planning website for a complete list of The Bar's Estate Planning related titles. Homestead considerations and handling of assets acquired in community property jurisdictions are also featured. Tax and accounting issues, ethical issues, and problems related to specific forms of ownership and special classes of persons are examined. The Florida Bar and Lexis Nexis...working together for Florida's Lawyers. Through a joint publishing relationship, The Florida Bar and Lexis Nexis have combined their expertise to best serve the information needs of those practicing law in Florida.
The Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education staff edits the work of expert authors who write the publications; Lexis Nexis provides printing, distribution and customer service support. The Florida Bar now offers many titles on e Book allowing you quick, convenient access from your computer or preferred mobile device. View a sample of this title using the Read Now feature Evidence in Florida offers a practical, contemporary approach to the law of evidence. 1.451 and the taking of evidence by communication equipment. Experienced practitioners, judges, and law professors share their expertise in all aspects of the gathering and presentation of evidence in Florida courts. Discussion of hot topics including: • Journalist or Reporter Privilege under F. 90.5015; • Admission of DNA lab reports, witness unavailability, and the Confrontation Clause. Visit our Trial Practice website for a complete list of The Bar's Trial Practice related titles. Judicial Notice; Presumptions; Burden Of Proof John K. The updated and expanded Tenth Edition includes: • Updated statutes, rules, and case law. • Adoptive admissions and possession of a written document carried for purposes of identification. • Limitations placed on a prosecutor's reenactments or demonstrations during closing argument. Visit our Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education Publications website for a complete list of The Bar's titles. • Discussion of the recently adopted Daubert Standard as it relates to expert witness testimony. • Discussion of Florida's recently adopted Standard Jury Instructions - Business and Contract Cases, as it relates to the parol evidence rule. • Former testimony and the definition of "predecessor in interest" under F. The e Book versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.