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A New Tool in Cross-Atlantic Estate Planning

A New Tool in Cross-Atlantic Estate Planning

Implementing EU Regulation 650/2012

As globalization continues to make the world smaller, the number of potential traps estate-planning practitioners will encounter grows larger. In the not too distant past, the phrase “multi-jurisdictional planning” meant there was a New York domiciliary with a Florida vacation home. With 50 states and the District of Columbia, the United States,


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