Scratching Your Head Over 2010 Estate Plans?

We're now entering the eighth month of 2010 a year in which we've had no estate tax. We're also facing possible legislation and uncertainty on other issues including the allowable terms and forms of grantor retained annuity trusts (GRATs) and the continuation of the valuation discounts in family limited partnerships (FLPs). What effect has this had on estate-planning practitioners and what are their

We're now entering the eighth month of 2010 — a year in which we've had no estate tax. We're also facing possible legislation and uncertainty on other issues including the allowable terms and forms of grantor retained annuity trusts (GRATs) and the continuation of the valuation discounts in family limited partnerships (FLPs). What effect has this had on estate-planning practitioners and what are their clients doing to prepare for an uncertain future? We asked four leading estate-planning expe

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