Many people prefer to keep their finances and estate plans to themselves; only after death are these details disclosed to their children and grandchildren. The reasons for this reticence are many, including desires for personal privacy and to avoid sapping beneficiaries of incentive.  The difficulty is that sound planning often requires people to transfer assets during their lifetimes through irrevocable trusts, and, traditionally, trust law requires disclosure of a ...

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