Gerry Beyer, Professor of Law at Texas Tech Univ. School of Law, writes “Wills, Trusts, and Estates Prof Blog,” a member of the Law Professor Blogs Network sponsored by Wolters Kluwer. Beyer recently took a closer look at the most recent educational conference call held by McManus & Associates and posted a brief, titled “10 Most Important Considerations for Domestic Asset Protection Dynasty Trusts.”
From the post:
Jurisdictions have different laws when it comes to determining the jurisdiction of trusts and trust property. Founding Principal of McManus & Associates, John O. McManus, has shared his expertise by listing the ten most important considerations for deciding where to site your trust. Listed below are the considerations.
State laws vary rather widely regarding the jurisdiction of trusts and trust assets. Certain jurisdictions have laws that are generally more favorable in their treatment of trusts for purposes of asset protection, access to trust-owned assets and creditor protection. As part of McManus & Associates’ Educational Focus Series, Founding Principal John O. McManus shares expert guidance on the top 10 things to consider when deciding where to site your trust.