In the April and October 2012 issues of Trusts & Estates, I wrote articles, “The State of the States,” which provided an overview of some new state developments related to estate planning. Although we now have some permanence at the federal level, there continues to be considerable state activity on a number of trust and estate-related fronts since those articles appeared. With numerous legislative proposals swirling and new technologies leaving the law struggling to catch ...

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