Analyzing New York Estate Tax Law as Federal Proposals Loom

, New York Law Journal

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In their Trusts and Estates Law column, C. Raymond Radigan, former Surrogate of Nassau County and of counsel to Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, and Raymond C. Radigan, a managing director for the Private Client Reserve of U. S. Bank, write that the New York estate tax laws will continue to be an important factor for New York residents, and it is important for estate planning attorneys in New York to be well versed in these laws and understand the opportunities and the potential pitfalls.

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