Two of the most technical areas that an estate planner may encounter are the marital deduction provisions of Code § 2056 and the generation-skipping transfer tax (GSTT) in Chapter 13. Drafting to coordinate these two areas requires great caution. This is especially true when the client wants to use a general power of appointment marital trust under Code § 2056(b)(5).

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