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Do you want better control, more privacy, or asset protection? A good trust can serve many ends. • Special Solution for Special Needs • Don’t Leave Them Unprotected • Your Honor, Can I Have My Allowance? • Remember the Unmarried
• To Help the Disabled For a disabled person, sheltering funds in a trust may make all the difference between enjoying some of life’s comforts and having to survive on government generosity. • Protect the Trustee Loving relations turned disgruntled beneficiaries sometimes cause problems for trust administrators. But wise drafting can reduce the risk of family feuds. • Ask Your Mother Without a trust, minor children may need repeated judicial approvals to get the money set aside for their support — even when a surviving parent is caring for them. • Beyond Traditional Despite frequent assumptions in tax law about traditional couples, domestic partners can still make good use of GRITs, CRTs, and other trusts — all out of wedlock.

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