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A Practical Guide to Drafting Marital Deduction Trusts, Including 2008 Cumulative Supplement.

A Practical Guide to Drafting

Marital Deduction Trusts,

Including 2008 Cumulative

Supplement

By Sebastian Grassi, Jr.

Both presidential candidates and Congress have made it clear that the federal estate tax is here to stay, and marital deduction trusts will continue to be an important part of estate planning. The 2008 Cumulative Supplement to A Practical Guide to Drafting Martial Deduction Trusts updates the text of the main volume and includes the two complete updated marital deduction trust forms. Among the many new and updated issues included are disclaimers by beneficiary-trustees, funding credit shelter trusts through the use of disclaimers, and drafting the marital deduction trust in multiple marital situations.

A Practical Guide to Drafting Marital Deduction Trusts (with Sample Forms and Checklists) is available for $199 from The American Law Institute-American Bar Association's Web site at www.ali-aba.org/BK36K/ or by calling 1-800-253-6397.

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Publication:Florida Bar Journal
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Date:Nov 1, 2008
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