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What Every Estate Planner Should Know About Planning for Non-US Citizens

by Jonathan A. Mintz, JD | Contributing Guest Writer, Evergreen Legacy Planning

In a year of change and uncertainty, planning for non-US citizens meets a vital need for many families and is a growth opportunity for trusts and estates attorneys. However, there are several important considerations you should take into account before effectively adding international planning to your practice. Learn common strategies, tips, tricks, and pitfalls of this estate planning practice area in this article.


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