Drafting a trust can be like building an airplane.1 Each has many components that must be designed to reach the desired result. Some trusts are small crafts; others must be built for long hauls. Most reach their destinations safely. Sadly, however, some don’t. Both trusts and airplanes therefore need to be constructed with certain safety features to withstand turbulence.
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