Multistate and Multinational Guide to Estate Planning analyzes the legal aspects of individual wealth transfers across state and national boundaries. In addition, the Guide seeks to develop workable strategies for the attorney involved with a multijurisdictional client.implication here again is that the concept of residence, when used in a statute to mean a place of abode with an intent to ... no longer be a reliable guide for determining whether a person is a resident for statutory purposes, unless, of course, the two terms ... As Justice Marshall correctly indicates in dissent, unless indicated otherwise, residence traditionally has occupied an ... Code As 6(a), which provides for probate and letters testamentary or of administration aquot;[i]n the county where theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Multistate and Multinational Estate Planning|
|Author||:||Jeffrey A. Schoenblum|
|Publisher||:||CCH - 2008|