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Joshua Rubenstein Provides Legal Trends Insight in the Advent of the Trump Administration

Firm News | February 2, 2017

National Trusts and Estates practice head Joshua Rubenstein was quoted by Citywealth on client matter trends now that President Donald Trump has taken office. He noted that international investment business and trusts and estates disputes remain a significant portion of his business. Josh noted that the growth in trusts and estates litigation can be attributed to several key factors. He stated that in addition to people inheriting later, "You [also] have the rapidly changing nature of families, with remarriages, same-sex marriages, adult adoptions and so on. We are seeing a lot of cases concerning adult adoptions. With advances in science you can also now continue having kids after you die, so some modern families haven’t even met each other yet." ("Trump's Tax Plans Viewed as Positive," February 2, 2017)

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