This article was prepared as a legal studies research paper at the Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis by a graduating student, an LL.M. graduate and an associate professor to describe the introduction of trusts in France, a civil law country, and to consider possibilities for future expansion of trust law in that country.1 This topic was intriguing to me as an estate planner because I have some clients who reside or own a residence in a European country. The article ...

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