As globalization makes the world a smaller place, complex cross-border estates become increasingly common. Administering a purely domestic estate in the United States can be a complicated task in itself, but layering on international issues can make things far more challenging for families. Thoughtful estate planning crafted by a coordinated effort of competent counsel in each country can ensure an individual’s dispositive wishes are achieved by carefully navigating the legal and tax rules of
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