Prevent Conflicts While Keeping a Present Interest

Prevent Conflicts While Keeping a Present Interest

Addressing the IRS’ attacks against religious (and other) arbitration and in terrorem clauses in trusts with withdrawal rights

Probably to the disappointment of the nuns and Jesuits who spent the better part of 13 years educating me about biblical scripture, one of the passages I remember most is Chapter 3, Verse 13 from the Gospel of Luke.  In this passage, John the Baptist told the tax collectors “Stop collecting more than what is prescribed.”  About two millennia later, in Minkel v. Commissioner, a Tax Court delivered a similar message when the Internal Revenue Service tried to disal

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