Passing the Baton of Voting Control

We have all seen the projections of wealth in the trillions of dollars passing from one generation to the next over this decade. Although the average monetary inheritance may not be life-changing for many beneficiaries, for others, it very well may be. If that inheritance is voting control of a successful business, passing the baton from a trustee to an individual could have significant and unexpected

We have all seen the projections of wealth in the trillions of dollars passing from one generation to the next over this decade. Although the average monetary inheritance may not be life-changing for many beneficiaries, for others, it very well may be. If that inheritance is voting control of a successful business, passing the baton from a trustee to an individual could have significant and unexpected repercussions not only for the beneficiaries and their families but also for other

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