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Attacking and Defending Trust Assets in Divorce

3 Feb 2021 5:33 PM | AAML NJ Admin (Administrator)

By Sharon Klein of Wilmington Trust

When a marriage ends and a spouse is a trust beneficiary, are the trust assets accessible or off limits in a divorce? Wilmington Trust’s Sharon Klein, president, Eastern U.S. Region and Elena Karabatos, partner at Schlissel Ostrow Karabatos, PLLC in New York met with Dan Couvrette, CEO of Family Lawyer Magazine, to examine what types of trusts, trust provisions, trust history and trust administration make trusts more vulnerable to attack in divorce; how to potentially change even irrevocable trusts; and ways to ameliorate surprising tax consequences that might otherwise distort results.

Link to the interview:

https://cdnapisec.kaltura.com/html5/html5lib/v2.82.2/mwEmbedFrame.php/p/1971712/uiconf_id/39341551/entry_id/1_tjw5uwix?wid=_1971712&iframeembed=true&playerId=kaltura_player_1581352506&entry_id=1_tjw5uwix


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