BALTIMORE — Worried about estate taxes affecting your clients? If they've been married more than once, then forget the taxman, says attorney John Scroggin.
The unforeseen legal consequences wrought by a second or even third marriage can undo careful estate planning and leave heirs disenfranchised and bitter.
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