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2010 – Congressional Inaction Creates Estate Planning Dilemma

Much to the surprise of the estate planning community, Congress has failed to take action and has let us move into 2010 with no estate tax and no generation-skipping tax applying to individuals dying this year and to generation-skipping transfers made this year. For individuals dying after 2010 the estate and generation-skipping taxes come back with a vengeance with a lower exemption and higher tax rates than were in place for deaths occurring in 2009. 

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Chapel Hill Office Move

Schell Bray Aycock Abel & Livingston PLLC is pleased to announce that the Chapel Hill office has moved to 100 Europa Drive, Suite 271, Chapel Hill, NC 27517 effective February 19, 2010. The phone number will remain 919-929-0990.

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Bill Aycock Recognized by the North Carolina Coastal Land Trust

Firm Member William P. Aycock II has been recognized by the North Carolina Coastal Land Trust for exceptional service by an individual as a land conservation partner for the 2008-2009 year. 

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Tom Watkins Named to Board of Visitors of UNC-CH and Greensboro Sports Council

Firm Member Thomas C. Watkins has recently been elected to serve a four year term as a member of the Board of Visitors of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The UNC-Chapel Hill Board of Visitors assists the UNC Board of Trustees and the Chancellor in a broad range of activities that help advance the University, including public relations, governmental relations and fund raising.

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Braxton Schell Honored with Justice Fund

A Justice Fund was established with the North Carolina Bar Foundation in honor of the late Braxton Schell, a founding partner of the Firm. A dedication ceremony was held on September 9, 2008 at the N.C. Bar Center in Cary, NC.

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Schell Bray and The Community Foundation Partner on Fund to Bring Public Art to Greensboro

Schell Bray Aycock Abel & Livingston PLLC and The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro today announced a new community arts initiative: The Greensboro Public Art Endowment Fund. As the founding contributor and sponsor, Schell Bray Aycock Abel & Livingston is opening the fund with an initial donation of $25,000. The future-looking fund will provide art in public spaces around Greensboro.

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