Although trusts are, according to many theories, hundreds of years old, their provisions have changed more in the past 30 years than in the previous 300 years. The catalysts are not only increasingly complex laws, but also the fact that trusts are more multi-jurisdictional. Evidence, the recent rise of the trust protector — a term virtually unheard of before the widespread use of international trusts. The problem is that the estate-planning bar has adopted the use of the trust protector a bit
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