Comptroller wins marital trust estate tax case at high court

John Wilson Taylor thought ahead. Seven years before his death, he drafted a will calling for the creation of a marital trust for his wife consisting of 11 parcels of stocks and bonds, the net income of which would be paid annually to her and, after she died, to his son and grandchildren, according to court ...

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