When irrevocable trusts include ex-spouses or soon to be ex-spouses as beneficiaries, family law practitioners should be aware that trust distributions can potentially be adjusted. Learn how that might happen in this article published in the March 13, 2020 edition of FamilyLawyerMagazine.com.
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