The fiscal cliff, higher taxes and family businesses

For lawyers such as Mitchell Roth who represent wealthy people and the small businesses they own, late nights at the end of the year more often involve working — not hitting holiday parties.Family businesses wrap up tax and estate planning and other legal matters right around the end of the year, said Roth, chairman of 82-lawyer Much Shelist's management committee.Last year, though, work …

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