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International Tax & Estate Planning: A Practical Guide for Multinational Investors (Third Edition)

 
Author(s): Robert C. Lawrence, III
Practice Area: Estates & Trusts, International Law, Tax
Published: Dec 1995
Supplement Date: Jan 2019
ISBN: 9780872240926
PLI Item #: 591

International Tax & Estate Planning presents the clear and practical approach of a person who deals with private wealth, its management and its disposition. In it, one of the nation’s leading multinational investment authorities shows you how to:

  • capitalize on tax-advantaged strategies,
  • protect investments against government expropriation, nationalization, or other extraordinary events,
  • draft problem-free wills and trust documents that secure clients’ interests, and
  • avoid errors in an era of increased regulatory oversight, conflicts of law, and greater demands for financial disclosure.

Featuring detailed planning checklists and formulas for calculating taxes and tax credits, International Tax & Estate Planning enhances your ability to:

  • help clients maximize assets,
  • minimize taxes, risks and legal disputes,
  • avoid conflicts of law,
  • maintain confidentiality, and
  • implement effective, individualized testamentary plans.
International Tax & Estate Planning is an indispensable resource for lawyers, private bankers (both investment and commercial), corporate personnel of multinational corporations, accountants, and investment advisers.
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Robert C. Lawrence III is recognized as a leading authority in both international and domestic tax, trust, and personal planning matters.

He concentrates on advising wealthy individuals and families with regard to international and domestic tax-efficient structures for their U.S. and global holdings with emphasis on the minimization of taxation, the management of those holdings, and the transfer of them to family members, entities, trusts, and/or charities. Mr. Lawrence joined the firm of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP in 1966 and has been a partner there since 1974. He is Chair of Cadwalader’s Private Client Department.