In their recent article entitled, “Innovate or Die,” Timothy J. Belber, Ian McDermott, and John A. Warnick assess the current estate-planning landscape and perceptively find the profession to be at a turning point.1 While tactical, tax-driven planning (along with asset protection planning) was the driving force for estate planning throughout the 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s, the authors point out that there are forces at work disrupting the traditional paradigm of tax
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