When making distributions from one trust to another—commonly referred to as “decanting”—practitioners face two key questions. Do the trustees have the power to decant? And, if so, how should the decanting be structured? Frequently, the state decanting statute will provide the answers. But, what if there’s no applicable statute?   Morse v. Kraft A recent Massachusetts case may help practitioners in all jurisdictions determine whether it’s possible to ...

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