Self-settled trusts are hot. One boutique trust company acknowledged that it was handling more than 20 of these trusts a month but expected the number to proliferate as 2012 winds to a close. A major financial institution in Delaware unofficially confirmed that it worked on such trusts daily.
Self-settled trusts sound like estate planning nirvana to some, but as with all sophisticated planning tools, the devil is in the details.
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