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    Estate Planning Attorney’s thier Elderly Clients & IRS Circular 230.

    Estate Planning Attorneys are required to follow the IRS Circular 230 regulations if they do not they can be suspended from practice. if they are exploiting, manipulating thier client or aware of others doing this or even iscolation g thier client and substituting thier intentions for the long-held intentions of tnier clients this would be an IRS circular 230 violations and should be reported to the State Bar and IRS office of professional responsibility.

    The IRS circular notice is important for the fiduciaries to be aware of since it holds accountability mechanisms that are useful so the fiduciaries can have a means to stress the importance of following 1) the treasury regulations (and aforementioned & attached) and 2) that best practices are involved for those estate planners drafting the estate and implementing tax strategies. Specifically if Dorothy Leeds Trust is forced to automatic migration and substantial negative tax consequences in sue we can use the following information “preemptively” to ensure that both the Grantors and the beneficiaries best interests are of paramount importance in the ongoing estate planning process and for all the required ongoing reporting and tax filing:

    • This is appropriate public safety knowledge for those considering estate planning in Kootenai, Bonner, Stevens and Spokane County in Coeur d’alene, Sandpoint and Spokane due to epidemic of repeating estate planning violations, including IRS Circular 230 violations committed by the same networked group of estate planning – guardianship attorneys and their affiliated LSW guardianship evaluators, fiduciary services and primary care physicians, neurocognitive psychiatrists/ capacity evaluators operating in collusion to exploit their vulnerable elderly clients. In these circumstances the following shines a light on how applicable IRS circular 230 violations specifically apply:

      IRS-Treasury Department Circular 230 Violations (see 4/14/16 Attorney to Trustee-Beneficaries Conferance call Trasncription below):

      IRS Circular 230 Section 10.50: Sanctions

      Under §10.50, after notice and an opportunity to be heard, a practitioner may be censured (publicly reprimanded), suspended, or disbarred from practice before the IRS for incompetence, disreputable conduct (see the discussion of §10.51 below), failure to comply with Circular 230 regulations (§10.52), or intent to defraud or knowingly mislead or threaten a client or prospective client.

      The third part of Circular 230 allows sanctions for violation of the Regulations. The Director of the ORIRS, after notice and an opportunity for a proceeding, may censure, suspend, or disbar any practitioner from practice before the Internal Revenue Service for the following:

      The practitioner is incompetent or disreputable;
      The practitioner fails to comply with Circular 230; or
      The practitioner, with intent to defraud, willfully and knowingly misleads or threatens a client or prospective client.
      Any discipline from the IRS is public and the IRS swill notify the practitioner’s professional association, such as a state bar association.

      – See more at:

      Circular 230 – Regulation of Practice Before the IRS

      NOTE: Potential Circular 230/IPRC-ABA violations; On negative tax consequences for client on nature of “Majority-ruled” Revocable and Amendable Trust when Trustees are also Beneficiaries whom can control the Trusts asset disposition, the negative tax consequences, possible risk of asset seizure with having a foreigner (Laura) on a domestic/US Trust (in relation to “secret” 5/8/15 Trust amendment that shifted substantial Trust assets to “majority-ruling” Trustee-beneficaries AND peculiar plan by tax strategist-estate planning Attorney recommending a TEDRA agreement signed by all Trustee-beneficiaries to lock in previous suspicious Trust asset disposition shifts to the majority-ruling Trustee-beneficiaries but not to be signed by the Trust Grantor/owner of the assets so not to arouse scrutinity of the IRS.