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Indiana Joins 17 States Offering Self-Settled Domestic Asset Protection Trusts - Estate Planning and Administration News

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Estate Planning and Administration News

Posted on: Jun 19, 2019

Intro by Mark Roath, Regions Private Wealth Management

With the new addition of Section 30-4-8 to the Indiana Code, settlors of Indiana Legacy Trusts can now be provided spendthrift creditor protections while the trust assets continue to benefit the settlor. Read this article on the this new planning strategy by Rodney S. Retzner and join Rodney and MaryEllen Bishop on  Wednesday, July 17 from 4 to 5 p.m. for What’s New in Estate Planning and Probate as we look at this significant new development in Indiana law as well as other new legislative updates and case law important to those practicing in the estate planning and administration arena.

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