Estate Planning For Owning Real Estate In More Than One State

Estate Planning For Owning Real Estate In More Than One State Owning Real Estate in multiple states is a dream for many, but a reality that many have already achieved. This means you could have a residence in one state and a vacation home in another state. This is a good thing for the few that can pull it off, but there can be consequences down the road. Owning property in multiple states can drastically affect your estate plan.
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Charleston , South Carolina
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