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As the world appears to shrink, more people acquire property in multiple jurisdictions or have family members living in different countries. Residents of the United States and other common law jurisdictions have historically used trusts to achieve their estate-planning objectives. Employing a trustee, who holds legal title to property for the benefit of one or more beneficiaries in accordance with

As the world appears to shrink, more people acquire property in multiple jurisdictions or have family members living in different countries. Residents of the United States and other common law jurisdictions have historically used trusts to achieve their estate-planning objectives. Employing a trustee, who holds legal title to property for the benefit of one or more beneficiaries in accordance with the provisions of a trust agreement and applicable law, can provide effective property managemen

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