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    Domestic Asset Protection Trust Planning: Jurisdiction Selection Series

    12 PM CDT

    Effective July 1, 2014, Mississippi became the 15th state to permit the creation of full blown self-settled asset protection trusts. Besides the 15, at least 10 other states allow some form of an asset protection trust, including inter vivos QTIP trusts. The proliferation of domestic asset protection trusts leaves attorneys inquiring about the laws in each asset protection state and the benefits of creating such a trust in one state versus another.
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    Other frequently asked questions include:

    • What is an inter vivos QTIP trust and how can it help my clients?
    • Will domestic self-settled asset protection trusts benefit my clients?
    • Do the costs of creating a trust in one state for creditor protection or taxation benefits really outweigh the creation of such a trust in another?
    • Is the trust really protected from creditors?
    • Can the trust be used to avoid the income tax in the grantor's state of residence?
    • Can a same sex couple benefit from the use of these trusts?
    • Is using an offshore trust better?

    These are just some of the questions that will be answered over the course of five eCLE webinars addressing some of the full blown domestic self-settled asset protection trust statutes and inter vivos QTIP trust statutes.

    Event Details

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Oct 14 - Aug 11, 2015

    2014-10-14T12:00:00-05:00 2015-08-11T13:30:00-05:00 Domestic Asset Protection Trust Planning: Jurisdiction Selection Series Effective July 1, 2014, Mississippi became the 15th state to permit the creation of full blown self-settled asset protection trusts. Besides the 15, at least 10 other states allow some form of an asset protection trust, including inter vivos QTIP trusts. The proliferation of domestic asset protection trusts leaves attorneys inquiring about the laws in each asset protection state and the benefits of creating such a trust in one state versus another.

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