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Analysis of current topics in estate planning, business, real estate and tax law, specifically in Arizona.

Author: "Douglas K. Cook has been certified as a tax law specialist by the Arizona State Bar Board of Legal Specialization since the inception of such certification in July of 1991. Before entering private practice in 1977 he served as senior trial attorney in the Office of Regional Counsel for the Internal Revenue Service in the Buffalo, New York and Phoenix, Arizona Districts. He is a member of the Arizona and Utah Bar Associations."

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