U.S. – Mexico Cross-Border Estate Planning: Planning Techniques from a U.S. and Mexican Perspective
Esparza, Abril Rodriguez
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The border between the United States (U.S.) and Mexico is more than 1,900 miles long. Texas and Mexico share 1,251 miles of that border. The two countries share more than just a line on a map; the people of Mexico and the U.S. are bound together by close economic, cultural, and historical relationships that have existed for generations. This Article intends to provide advisors with a general perspective of the cross-border estate planning issues that arise from both the U.S. and Mexican perspectives.
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