Settlors of long-term trusts often grant the trustees broad discretion over distributions, relying on the trustees’ judgment to make decisions based on evolving facts and circumstances. Many settlors may be concerned that trustees won’t fully share or understand their values or particular outlooks on financial and familial issues. Given these concerns, s
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