Trustees sometimes find themselves staring down the barrel of the litigation gun, whether as the target, or, more typically, as a neutral party standing among warring factions fighting over trust assets. Due to the increasingly international nature of trusts — with beneficiaries, trustees and trust assets often located in several different jurisdictions around the globe — the war may be waged abroad. So how should trustees respond to being caught up in foreign trust disputes, and how far ...

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