While estate planners discuss many difficult-to-address issues with clients, they often fail to mention the possibility that clients’ children may divorce. Yet, planners can help clients take measures that may prevent former daughters- and sons-in-law from intercepting the client’s children’s inheritance.
In the past, trusts typically distributed all their assets outrigh
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