Trusts can be very flexible instruments. One of the ways to add flexibility is by using powers of appointment. In Part 2 of his blog, my friend and colleague Steve Hartnett, an experienced and qualified estate planning attorney, continues his examination of the different types of powers of appointment and how that can impact taxation.
If you need assistance with a power of attorney issue, we can help.
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