This is another in a series of blogs on the basics of estate planning. This week, we’ll look at domicile and residency. Residency is where a person ordinarily lives. Domicile is where a person has their permanent home and substantial connection. So, residency and domicile are not the same thing and someone may be a [ ] The post Basics of Estate Planning: Domicile and Residency appeared first on American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys.
https://www.aaepa.com/2017/07/basics-estate-planning-domicile-residency/

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