Spendthrift Trusts & Equitable Distribution of Assets in Divorce
Take a deep dive into the ever-growing body of case law, learn how to navigate the practical aspects of discovery, and upgrade your practice
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The only time a mother-in-law’s two cents is wanted? In a divorce! That two cents and all the family’s wealth, including those assets socked away in a spendthrift trust, seem to be fair game. The faculty discuss the considerable—and growing—case law governing third-party spendthrift trusts in the context of marital assets subject to equitable distribution, as well as the practical aspects of discovery, the Vaughn Affidavit, and “if and when” orders. This program is a must-attend for both estate planners and family lawyers!
Agenda & Materials
Introduction to Third-Party Spendthrift Trusts
Pfannenstiehl, Levitan, and the Leading Marital Asset Cases
Decanting, Powell-Ferri, and the Disappearing Marital Assets
Discovery of Family Assets in Divorce and the Vaughn Affidavit
If and When Orders—Do They Work?
Expert Advice on Expert Witnesses
Prenuptials—The First Line of Defense: Best Practice for Disclosing a Spendthrift Trust
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