The Nevada 365-Year Dynasty Trust: Estate Tax Savings, Creditor and Divorce Protection
by Steve Oshins
Effective October 1, 2005, the Nevada perpetuities law was modified to allow a dynasty trust to continue for up to 365 years with its assets protected from estate taxes, creditors and divorcing spouses during such time. Prior to the change in the law, Nevada dynasty trusts were limited to 90 years to approximately 120 years.
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