House Bill 122 introduced in the Georgia General Assembly in week 2 of the Legislative Session proposes to expand the number of years a trust may hold assets. Currently, the limitation is 90 years. This duration is not an issue when the objective is to hold assets in trust for children and grandchildren; however, beyond that that trust would likely violate the “rule against perpetuity.” Under the proposal in HB 122, the duration would be expanded to match Florida at 360 years.
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