Families wishing to pass down wealth to future generations are increasingly turning to long-term trusts as a way to protect their assets and serve the needs of their heirs. In establishing such trusts, wise settlors realize that, despite the initial appeal of controlling the funds through strict provisions in the trust document, the trusts must be flexible enough to give their trustees the ability to adapt to changing times.
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