from your attorney when updating your will as part of your estate plan. Reason: While you can't deduct the will's preparation costs, you can write off the portion of legal fees relating to tax advice. Those costs fall under the miscellaneous expenses subject to the 2-percent-of-adjusted-gross-income rule.
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