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Neglecting Your Trust

“Trusts are the most common wealth protection tool in New Zealand. If they are not maintained, however, they simply won’t do the job. You wouldn’t buy a Lamborghini and leave it to rust, but many people treat their Trusts like an old banger. The attached article is an excellent summary of the risks of neglecting your Trust”

http://www.pressreader.com/new-zealand/the-dominion-post/20161109/281947427419258

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