Entrusted Book Review
Entrusted: Building a Legacy That Lasts explains why the model for estate planning today (dump, divide, defer, and dissipate) is fundamentally flawed, especially for higher net worth individuals and families, and how it can be fixed. Written by two estate-planning attorneys who have worked for years with families of all shapes and sizes, Entrusted reviews the seven disciplines employed by families who successfully capture and pass wealth in all its forms to successive generations.
Entrusted outlines seven core disciplines that can be found across a multitude of successful high-net-worth families going back hundreds of years. There are not hypothetical or idealistic disciplines. These disciplines are real and permeate through the families who have embraced these concepts.
Entrusted families have goals that are both deep and broad. They are less interested in preparing their families to be rich and more interested in preparing them to manage, sustain, and carry on a rich legacy.
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