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Today many estate plans contain irrevocable trusts that will continue for the benefit of a spouse’s lifetime and then for the benefit of several generations.  Since these trusts are designed to span multiple decades, […]

Who’s Going to Get It: Do You Really Know the Beneficiaries of Your Dynasty Trust?

  • January 16th, 2015

Today many estate plans contain irrevocable dynasty trusts that will continue for the benefit of a spouse’s lifetime and then for the benefit of several generations.  Since these trusts are designed to span multiple […]

The Wrong Successor Trustee Can Derail Your Final Wishes

  • January 16th, 2015

Today many estate plans contain irrevocable trusts that will continue for the benefit of a surviving spouse’s lifetime and then for the benefit of several generations.  Since these trusts are designed to span multiple […]