Links of Interest
- Internet Law
Library: Trusts & Estates
The Internet Law Library was originally provided by the
U. S. House of Representatives Law Revision Counsel Office. When the
House of Representatives discontinued hosting the Library, several
others (including lawguru.com) were allowed to carry it.
U.S. House of Representatives' Resource on Senate & House Bills in
the current legislative session.
Access to government information services including
search engines -- operated by the National Technical Information
Probate Statutes on the Internet
Cornell Law School's links to sources of state probate
- Findlaw's Wills,
Trusts, Estates, & Probate
Primary Materials and Government Resources, Journals, Newsletters and
Articles, Mailing Lists and Usenet Groups.
Some Useful Places To Go for Specific Pieces of Information
- Kelley Blue
Pricing on new and used cars for those who do not subscribe. Can get car
prices for estate tax returns on line.
The IRS has published Pub. 78, which lists the charitable exempt
organizations, on its web site. There is a search engine, and you can
search by name and/or location.
Treasury Department's Savings Bond info - all you ever wanted to
know about the legal and financial aspects of Savings Bonds. Download
the Savings Bond Wizard which allows you to mamange a portfolio of bonds
in an estate.
Death & Marriage Certificates
Where to go for those lost birth, death or marriage certificates.