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Lawyers can use this book as a complete resource tool to handle LGBT legal issues and the array of variables among the states. Chapters include information on wills and trusts, children, estate planning, and dealing with senior LGBT clients.
Published: American Bar Association an imprint of NBN Books on
ISBN: 9781614383246
List price: $89.99
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