The type of lawyer who can assist you is generally referred to as an estate planning or trust and estate attorney. It's important that you choose one who is experienced and can advise you about tax issues as well as the need for a prenuptial agreement.
You should contact an attorney who is experienced in estate planning. There are many qualified attorneys on this site who can help you achieve your goals.
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The answer to your question is an experienced estate planning attorney. If you prefer someone close to Cairo, let me know and I can provide you with some names and contact information. - Ian W. MacLean
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You need an estates and trusts lawyer on an estate planner.
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