A life insurance trust is an effective vehicle for distributing life insurance proceeds in a way that meets the particular needs of both the insured and beneficiaries, with the proceeds benefiting from creditor protection and probate avoidance. In this CALU Report Dianna Flannery reviews the circumstances where a life insurance trust may be used, how to properly establish a life interest trust, as well as related tax and other planning considerations.

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