With the accelerating globalization of economic relations and the compression of travel and communication distances between countries, increasing numbers of U.S. citizens and residents find themselves holding property in jurisdictions outside the United States, while many foreigners increasingly have U.S. family members or hold property here.1 Planning for clients with multi-jurisdictional connections is often very complex. It helps, therefore, to keep these 10 essential principles in mind: ...

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