Media Mentions

Mavis Van Sambeek Quoted in Twin Cities Business


In the Twin Cities Business article “Will You Be My Trustee?,” Mavis Van Sambeek, who represents trustees and other fiduciaries, shares her expertise on the complicated subject of trusts and trustees. She states, “Most of the reasons why people create trusts fall under the umbrella of protection. Trusts can also protect beneficiaries from their own immaturity, or their propensity to overspend, or from their creditors — including a spouse.”


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