Man implements $200M estate plan, but dies before signing will; sons file … – ABA Journal


Man implements $200M estate plan, but dies before signing will; sons file
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And, when an accountant suggested the North Carolina real estate developer revise it, he asked a well-regarded law firm to set up a charitable foundation (named after his dog) to minimize estate tax on some $200 million in personal assets. Then, just
Sons of late developer Henry Faison suing his firm over willCharlotte Observer

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