If anyone needs proof of the importance of revisiting their estate plans annually, the case of the high-net-worth Tweten family on the West Coast should supply it.
A decision in the case this week also may set a precedent for other cases involving a death in the anomalous tax year of 2010 when the federal government did not levy an estate tax.
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