When advising executors on how tangible personal property should be valued on an estate tax return and how it should be distributed, trust and estate attorneys should be aware of state and federal regulations that restrict and prohibit the possession, transfer and sale of certain types of objects that incorporate animal parts. These items are typically found in an art collector’s estate or an estate with travel memorabilia or articles of clothing containing furs and are protected under ...

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