The most useful information to have when doing estate and tax planning is the death of the owner. Of course we don’t know and so an effective plan must incorporate provisions for a range of possibilities. This immediately limits the effective strategies and partially explains the complexity of trust and estate practice.
Even so, it is valuable for each of us to have an understanding of tax and legal implications and possibilities triggered by our eventual death.
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