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Trust, But Verify
Wednesday, February 1, 2012

No client wants to leave an estate to a child only to find that the money is lost later on in a divorce. The estate planning answer for a lot of parents is to leave inheritances in trust for the benefit of their child. But trusts vary widely, and because this is a message many clients miss, planners must reinforce the idea.

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