Perhaps one of the most noticeable developments I'm seeing in the last couple of years is clients and their advisors paying increasing attention to situs and jurisdiction selection in estate planning. Indeed, they're regularly considering jurisdictions other than their residencies or domicile for their trusts and closely held business entities. There are a number of reasons for this increased focus. The trusts and estates bar and professionals from financial institutions are working on ...

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