Family business, trust and estate planners have been relying on a set of assumptions about client goals, family relationships and the definition of “success” for as long as the industry has existed. While many of these assumptions have served both advisors and clients well, some haven’t withstood the test of time. Indeed, in the past few decades, the reality of clients’ lives, especially as it relates to the evolution of family businesses, has shown the limitations of ...

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