Outright distribution of the shares of children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, and other beneficiaries is simple and cost effective, requiring no “maintenance costs.” However, outright distribution has a trade off – there is no asset or management protection for the beneficiary, and no mechanism to prevent rapid dissipation of the inherited assets. Furthermore, there is no bloodline or other protections.
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