The New Wisconsin Trust Code: What It Means for You – Milwaukee Seminar

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The new Wisconsin Trust Code came into effect July 1, and Reinhart hosted a Trusts and Estates seminar, The New Wisconsin Trust Code – What It Means for You. This seminar, handout included, focused on the new law and explored how these changes could affect you and your family.

Major Topics Include:

  • Directing Parties and Trust Protectors – why appointing one may be appropriate for your trust.
  • Trust modification made easier – nonjudicial settlement agreements and decanting provisions are now available to allow you and your family to modify your irrevocable trust without going to court.
  • Disclosure of trust assets and other information – how the Wisconsin Trust Code changes the information your beneficiaries will receive – unless you direct otherwise.


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