News on international estates from the San Francisco TIAG conference
If an individual has a link with another country, however remote, there may be matters which should be thought about. In some cases, the smaller the estate the more important it is to get things right as it is proportionately more expensive to correct the position after the event.
This topic was discussed at the recent TIAG conference in San Francisco where Mercer & Hole's private client partner, Lisa Spearman compiled an overview of the different legal systems, rules for estate administration and taxation obligations.
The aim of this piece is not to provide any specific advice, but rather to go through a few headlines which we hope will provide some food for thought.
If required we can readily obtain specific advice through our international alliances - TIAG and TAGlaw.
Date: 28th May, 2012
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