Besides handling larger, more complex assets, another significant part to maintaining a successful relationship with clients is to interact with family members.
Advisers have opportunities to work with clients and their relatives on several of the family's needs, including legacy planning, setting-up trust funds and inheritance allocations. However, not all family members are in agreement when it comes to a client's wealth.
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