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Nevada Supreme Court upholds spendthrift protection.

Domestic self-settled spendthrift trusts (SSSTs) have been on the scene since 1997. The statutes of 17 states now expressly permit a settlor to establish a trust for his own benefit and protect assets placed within the trust from creditors.1 

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