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Introduction to Parental Protection Trusts
Introduction to Parental Protection Trusts

Following is information on a new estate planning tool that will address the long-term care needs and legacy planning of families. The Parental Protection Trust (PPT) allows children of elderly parents to donate funds into a trust that will be set aside for future use of the ...

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