For clients with great wealth - and children - silence can indeed be golden.
Which is why wealth managers should consider, when appropriate, recommending silent trusts, which prohibits the trustee from sharing information about the trust with certain beneficiaries, or even informing beneficiaries that the trust exists in the first place.
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