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10/05/2017

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William Hook

Thanks for sharing this information with us. I have read somewhere that, "A trust fund can ensure that the grantor’s wishes are carried out, which can be useful if the grantor is concerned about whether the beneficiaries can make wise decisions." So, can a trust fund prevent a child from spending his or her college savings on a sports car?

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