Robert Flannigan, of University of Saskatchewan, has made available for download his article, Parent Fiduciary Breach,” published in 26 Trusts & Trustees 924. The abstract is as follows:
Parents who serve as trustees, and solicitors who draft trusts that involve family relations, may need to address whether parents are free to entertain conflicts and benefits that may be attributable to parent status. I discuss in broad terms the kinds of conflicts and benefits that normally should not be objectionable. The definitive consideration is the social definition of when parent access is a limited access.
To see the full article, click: “Parent Fiduciary Breach” by Robert Flannigan
Posted by Anthony Tran, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal