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Ethical Issues in International Estate Planning

Michael Heimos, MLitt 2015

'Ethical Issues in International Estate Planning' (Bloomberg/Tax Management, Inc. Portfolio No. 872, 1st edition), is both a work of scholarship and a practice guide for attorneys, which analyzes the ethical rules and professional regulations that are implicated by multijurisdictional practices, especially those that reach outside the United States, with emphasis on competence, choice of law, rules governing associations of firms, and unauthorized practice issues. 

This Portfolio is part of the Bloomberg/Tax Management Estates, Gifts & Trusts Portfolio Library, which is a comprehensive resource including nearly 100 'portfolios' (book length monographs which include practice tools, primary sources and timely news), accessed by tax and succession attorneys worldwide. 
 
Co-authored with Christopher M. Reimer, Long Reimer Winegar Beppler, LLP, Jackson Hole & Denver. 
From October 2016, Mike will be at Oxford pursuing his DPhil in History.

ISBN: 978-1-63359-040-3

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