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Table of contents
Risks & Rewards of Buying U.S. Real Estate as an NRA. 3
The Sasakis Learn the Risks of Online Legal Forms. 5
The Francos Coordinate Estate Planning Between Countries. 6
The Laus Benefit From Proper Healthcare Authorizations. 7
The Patels “Fire” Their Prepaid Legal Plan. 8
The Vogels Pass On Both Values and Valuables. 9
How It Works: International Estate Planning In 3 Steps. 10
What You Can Expect To Pay. 12
Taking the First Step Now. 13
Additional Resources. 14
Note from the author
"If you are a non-citizen putting a title in your name, it makes sense to have a qualified advisor help you avoid tax traps. Otherwise, if something were to happen, you would only be entitled to a $60,000 exemption from U.S. gift and estate taxes. Non-resident aliens (NRAs) pay a much higher rate of gift and estate taxes than U.S. citizens. The good news is that with good counsel, you can protect your loved ones and your assets. Getting this free guide is an important first step. Please fill the form on this page to get your copy now." -- Janet L. Brewer
5 international estate planning examples
Five made-up examples illustrate the sorts of choices faced by NRA parents with children studying in America.
Example #1: The Sasakis Learn the Risks of Online Legal Forms: If something happened to Emiko and Dai Sasaki of Tokyo, their son Hiro, a student at Stanford, could face a tax bill of $143,000. Learn how Dai hires an attorney and creates a tax-saving plan.
Example #2: The Francos Coordinate Estate Planning Between Countries: Genevieve Franco of Paris studies at USF and lives in the Francos' second home in Burlingame. Learn why the Francos urgently need an attorney's help to coordinate estate planning between the U.S. and France.
Example #3: The Laus Benefit From Proper Healthcare Authorizations: Kim Lau of Hong Kong, a student at California University of Management and Technology, gets injured one day. Learn which documents on file authorize his doctors to share health information with his parents.
Example #4: The Patels “Fire” Their Prepaid Legal Plan: The Patels of Bangalore, whose daughter Kali is entering Menlo College, try a prepaid legal plan for international estate planning. Learn why they soon switch to working with a highly regarded attorney instead.
Example #5: The Vogels Pass On Both Values and Valuables: Peter Vogel of Frankfurt owns a Pacific Heights home. Learn how he structures his estate plan to express his values to his daughter Iris, who is entering law school at Hastings, and to future grandchildren.
About the Law Offices of Janet L. Brewer
Choosing the right lawyer takes an investment of time and money, and it is a wise investment. The consequences of a poorly executed plan are awful in both the short and long term. Janet Brewer is a Palo Alto probate, trusts, and estate planning attorney who holds an advanced degree in tax law and is Certified as a Specialist in Estate Planning and Probate Law by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. She specializes in:
- International estate planning for non resident aliens
- Probate services for those in the Silicon Valley area
- Asset protection for Bay Area families
- California estate planning
- Fiduciary counseling and estate administration
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