New Ways to Change 'Irrevocable' Trusts

As most advisors know, clients often call to discuss the unexpected. I'm sure I'm not the only advisor to have had clients call and say, "You remember that irrevocable trust we set up? Well, now I need to change it."

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In Florida, trusts can be reformed to take into account circumstances.
Posted by Jeffrey S | Thursday, July 17 2014 at 1:55PM ET
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