Rule of Survivorship

Rule of Survivorship

by Richard C. Wilson & Family Offices Group Association Team

Family Office Definition: Rule of Survivorship

Rule of Survivorship definition:  This rule of survivorship limits the legal life of a trust. Generally a trust cannot outlive a person alive when the trust was established, plus 21 years.  Only charitable trusts are exempt from the rule of survivorship.

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