The intersection of family law and estate planning is increasingly commonplace, and today’s strategies to protect and manage wealth require a sophisticated understanding of both areas of law. A well-rounded team of advisors that features estate planning and family law attorneys, in addition to wealth managers and accountants, is necessary to properly execute a client’s wishes and avoid unpleasant surprises. To help you better understand the issues involved, I’ll introduce you to three
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