- Directed Trusts. New Hampshire law allows for investment and administrative responsibilities to be divided among trustees and third parties. For example, in a directed trust, an investment manager may have the exclusive duty to invest the trust’s assets, and the trustee is only responsible for the other aspects of administering the trust.
- Dynasty Trusts. New Hampshire law allows for the creation of perpetual trusts.
- Wealth Preservation Trusts. New Hampshire law allows for the creation of wealth preservation trusts (also called asset protection trusts), which provides significant protections for trust assets against a settlor’s or beneficiary’s creditors.
- Trust Protectors and Trust Advisors. New Hampshire law recognizes trust protectors and trust advisors, who can oversee or advise the trustees or investment managers.
- Tax Advantages. New Hampshire does not impose any capital gains or other income tax on trusts in which the beneficiaries are not New Hampshire residents.
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