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We have certainly had our share of turbulent waters in the estate planning world from 2020-2022. With two significant elections, it is hard to remember a previous time with such substantial uncertainty about how tax planning and estate planning would evolve. That uncertainty required estate planners and their clients to be especially nimble, creative to a degree not seen before (more on that in a moment), and ready to act. Some clients indeed acted, while others waited to see how the tides might […] By: Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP
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