International Estate Planning

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LexisNexis, 1999 - Aliens
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A practice guide for attorneys whose clients have assets located in more than one country--either U.S. citizens who live or work abroad or foreign citizens with U.S. property. 1 Volume; Looseleaf; updated with revisions.
 

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Contents

INCOME TAX ASPECTS OF ESTATE PLANNING FOR
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MEXICO
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MARITAL DEDUCTION PLANNING FOR CITIZENS
U S INCOME TAXATION OF FOREIGN TRUSTS
CONFLICT OF LAWS ISSUES IN THE SUCCESSION
MULTIJURISDICTIONAL AND SEPARATE SITUS WILLS
COMMUNITY PROPERTY ISSUES CONFRONTING
TRUSTS UNDER CIVIL LAW JURISDICTIONS
Foreign Jurisdictions
ENGLAND AND WALES
SWITZERLAND
GERMANY
JAPAN
BERMUDA
LIECHTENSTEIN
COLOMBIA

CHAPTER 1
ASSET PROTECTION TRUSTS FOR US AND FOREIGN
U S Estate Gift and GenerationSkipping Transfer Taxation
REPORTING AND DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS
U S LEGAL ISSUES AFFECTING FOREIGN EXECUTIVES
U S LEGAL ISSUES AFFECTING U S EXECUTIVES
THE CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTION DEDUCTION UNDER
INTERNATIONAL TAX AND REGULATORY TREATMENT
VENEZUELA
FRANCE
Appendix Form of Trust Agreement for the Ownership of Real Property
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
Table of Agency Decisions
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