They sure do. I have seen several articles and discussions recently from ex-pats (people living in foreign countries) about the inheritance laws of their host countries. Since foreign countries may have more taxes on estates than the United States does, where your estate is probated is and should be a big concern if you live in a foreign country. You can review some postings about the concern here and here.
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