In the past, trusts often were drafted with little flexibility. Now, more and more, trusts tend to be drafted with more flexibility and there are even ways to change “irrevocable” trusts. This is the first of a three-part series. This first part examines ways of building flexibility into a trust. The second part examines using Trust Protectors to add flexibility to a trust. The third part examines modifying a trust by going to court.
South Dakota Estate Planning - Making Trusts More Flexible
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