From keeping on top of the latest state law developments to understanding the details of changes to transfer tax laws, much is demanded of you, the trust and estates attorney.
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How-to guides and information: Allow you to advise clients with confidence on complex issues like federal state, gift, & GST taxes, charitable planning, and planning for non-citizen spouses, and complex trust planning with GRATs, QPRTs and asset protection trusts.
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