The use of trust advisors and protectors in domestic trusts has increased dramatically in recent years. The popularity of trust advisors and protectors is reflected in the growing body of statutory recognition, extending beyond directed trust statutes to other states as the Uniform Trust Code spreads. Though statutory law is growing in the U.S., there is scant case law to guide practitioners through some of the more challenging issues concerning trust advisors and protectors. Moreover, scholars disagree – sometimes stringently – on the propriety of using trust protectors beyond the offshore asset protection trust context. In this session we Matt will examine the law and develop a framework for practicing with trust advisors and protectors in new and more sophisticated ways.
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Presented by Matt McClintock