Breaking Up Is (Not So) Hard to Do

Sometimes even the best relationships go sour. But getting out of a private foundation doesn't need to be fraught with confusion about an uncertain future. By following a straightforward, step-by-step process, you can extricate your clients from a foundation relationship that's no longer working. Attorneys and wealth managers who ask the right questions when their clients are first considering a private

Sometimes even the best relationships go sour. But getting out of a private foundation doesn't need to be fraught with confusion about an uncertain future. By following a straightforward, step-by-step process, you can extricate your clients from a foundation relationship that's no longer working.

Attorneys and wealth managers who ask the right questions when their clients are first considering a private foundation can avoid sending them on a path to the foundation's early termination.

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