In his new article, Hartley discusses 'Family trusts that preserve family and preserve trust'.

Hartley Goldstone, co-author of 'Family trusts - A guide for beneficiaries, trustees, trust protectors and trust creators' focuses on the fact that while trusts may preserve financial capital, they too often fail to preserve family or trust. In his article he offers a number of practical suggesions for involving trusts creators, trustees and beneficiaries in a variety of very positive and rewarding creative roles.

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with contributor Hartley Goldstone

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  • Barbara R Hauser, Editor
  • Linda Bourn, Crystal & Company 
  • Keith Drewery, Drewery Consulting 
  • Mary Duke, Adviser to Families 
  • Aditya Gadge, AIWMI 
  • Katie Graves, Withers 
  • Dennis Jaffe, Wise Counsel Research 
  • Raimund Kamp, Guidato Family Offices 
  • Eugene Lipitz, Commodore Management Company 
  • Alison Springett, Farrer & Co 
  • Vanessa Theos, Sandaire

Meet the editorial board 

  • In-depth country analysis of Russia
  • Unexpected consequences of a perpetual trusts 
  • Feature on family trusts that preserve family and trust 
  • Find out why fiduciaries fail family-controlled enterprises 
  • Analysis of FATCA and CRS - Combined compliance requirements 
  • Helping prepare Asian families to deal with conflict 
  • Managing declining capacity 
  • Factors when choosing a private trust company jurisdiction 
  • Family office profile, VALUEworks - an interview with Kecia Barkawi 
  • Regular features: Meet the board, Luxury corner, On wealth, Book review & News digest from STEP

Here's a flavour of what you can expect in this issue: