A recent Illinois case that ruled unfavorably on the use of self-settled trusts, Rush Univ. Med. Center v. Sessions, ____ N.E. 2d ____, 2012 IL 112906, 2012 WL 4127261 (Ill, Sept. 20, 2012) (Rush  U), has raised eyebrows from some advisors and drawn yawns from others.  Some advisors have concluded that the use of a domestic self settled trust (DAPT) for residents of non-DAPT jurisdictions isn’t viable. Others have pointed out that the result in

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