3 July 2019 Tina

#40 – Trust Horror Stories… the 3rd Edition

This is a podcast of the ‘Trust Horror Stories… the 3rd Edition’ webinar held on 23 May 2019.

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Many specialist advisers have business plans that consist of one word – ‘trusts’.

A significant reason for this is the myriad of seemingly never ending problems with trust deeds.

In the lead up to another 30 June, this webinar will explore numerous trust ‘horror’ stories that View has helped resolve – all shared with the aim of helping avoid similar problems arising in the future.

While our 2017 and 2018 ‘Trust Horror Stories’ webinars were two of our most popular events, the 2019 webinar is entirely new content, sourced from the last 12 months. Learn from a range of case studies, including –

  1. All is fair in love and war (including unilateral amendment of family trust elections)
  2. The trouble with predicting the future (a.k.a. bizarre vesting date definitions)
  3. Lost, recreated, found, and then lost again trust deeds
  4. When banks are bullies
  5. Five law firms, three accountants, one incapacitated appointor … and the missing $32M credit loan

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Trust distributions and the Domazet decision
Can trusts last forever now? **

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