About a month ago, I wrote that I was nominated by LexisNexis to be one of the Top 25 Estate, Probate, and Elder Law Blogs.
Well, I’m pleased to announce that with your support, I’ve won, and have been named one of the top 25 Estate Planning Blogs.
Now from the Top 25, the voting for #1 starts, with the winner announced on April 20. The voting page is here. I am humbled and honored to be in such company. I don’t expect to win #1, and to be honest, I don’t think I should.
The #1 Estate Planning blog is and continues to be Texas Tech Univ. School of Law Professor Gerry Beyer’s “Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog.” It is, and continues to be, essential reading for anyone in the profession. It’s who I’m voting for.
However, if I could have a second vote, I think special honorable mention should be given to Hani Sarji’s Estate of Confusion blog, which charts the legislation and developments regarding the estate tax. Hani is a LLM student at NYU whose blog came out of nowhere, and was so good, and so thorough, that it was picked up by Forbes magazine.
If you’re interested in estate planning and taxes, you should read both of them (and of course, me too!).