Hi, I am looking for a lawyer who has expertise in estate inheritance law, especially when international person is involved. Such as what is the best practice to minimize inheritance taxation? Lawyers located in San Diego only please. Thanks,
Click the "Find a Lawyer" tab and search for an attorney in San Diego under the estate and tax planning areas of law. Good luck to you.
I'd recommend Kevin Day, Esq. who is talented in this area. Find-A-Lawyer under Avvo.com. He is in Solana Beach. Tell him I said hello.
We regularly work with international inheritance and wealth transfer issues. The planning can be very simple or very complex depending on an individual families facts and circumstances as well as what they want to achieve. I'd love to hear more about your situation. If you have any specific questions I can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (619) 281-1888.
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Not really sure your question, but any competent estate planning attorney should be able to help you. Try Mr. Weissler, Ms. Rosemary Meagher-Leonard or Christopher Albence, to name a few.
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Need more facts. What country? Is is a civil law or common law? If the country is a civil law country then you need a lawyer that understands civil law concepts and is also a lawyer in California
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