Estate planning for U. S. citizens who own assets in foreign countries can be tricky. Sometimes it is even more difficult to properly plan for a Non – U. S. citizen with assets in the United States. Probably most difficult of all is estate planning for the resident alien. This blog post by the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys looks at the estate tax treatment of U.S. citizens, resident aliens and non-resident aliens. The article then looks at an example of someone who lived in the U.S. and then departed.
The estate planning lawyers at Riverside law firm, Dennis M. Sandoval, a Professional Law Corporation, have the estate planning and tax expertise to plan for United States citizens with foreign assets, resident aliens with United States and / or foreign assets and non-resident aliens with assets in the United States. You can schedule a consultation by clicking here or calling 951-888-1460.
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