The Rest of the World

Clients are often more global than their U.S. advisors. But we can change that. Here are some key trends in trusts and estates internationally: Trusts are gaining ground; family business succession advice is in high demand; family offices are increasing; next-generation issues continue; family governance is key; and family mediation and collaborative representation trends are positive signs. And here's

Clients are often more global than their U.S. advisors. But we can change that.

Here are some key trends in trusts and estates internationally: Trusts are gaining ground; family business succession advice is in high demand; family offices are increasing; next-generation issues continue; family governance is key; and family mediation and collaborative representation trends are positive signs.

And here's a quick overview of those issues:

  • Trusts are gaining gr

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