International estate planning applies to two groups of clients:
- U.S. citizens or U.S. residents with assets and/or family outside of the U.S.
- Non-U.S. citizens, non-residents, who own an interest in U.S. property
International estate planning helps you navigate through complex regulations to comply with, eliminate, or reduce the potential of double taxation and transfer the ownership of your assets to your beneficiaries.
International estate planning also addresses various reporting requirements and helps you choose the best tax planning strategies to protect the privacy or your personal, tax, and financial information.
If you have assets in multiple countries, estate planning can be incredibly complex. We have significant experience working with clients whose assets are located in different countries and can help you overcome the challenges of cross-border planning.