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Patrick Lannon, left, and Joseph Landolfi, Jr., right. Patrick Lannon, left, and Joseph Landolfi, Jr., right. Courtesy photos

Estate and tax lawyers are facing a stampede from their wealthier clients looking to take advantage of the gift exemption under existing tax law. They say they don’t want to roll the dice that control of Congress and the presidency may shift to the Democrats in November.

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Michael A. Mora

Michael primarily covers litigation in South Florida for the Daily Business Review. You can contact him by email: [email protected]

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