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trust | Natural Law Trust

Why, if this is a Natural Law Trust/Common Law Trust that is not statutory that we cannot choose as Grantors who we want for First Acting Trustee, even if it is ourselves? seems to me the control should be in our hands, not in the hands of the fiction.

If you hold an apple in your hand and drop it to the floor, it will follow the law of gravity without being subject to any statutory law.  If you always speak kind words to people, the good vibrations you are sending out will inevitably return to you because it is the...

I’m confused: can grantor also be trustee? Why or why not?

Well, think about it for a minute.  In the eyes of all the world, a trust is supposed to be an arrangement whereby someone entrusts assets with someone else to be held in safekeeping for some future purpose.  If the grantor were also the trustee, that means someone is...

I have a question in regards to jurisdiction of the trusts that are available through Brilliance in Commerce. I would like to know if the decision by the Supreme Court in 2011 to allow judges to suspend the Constitution in the court room has any adverse effect on the soundness of the common law trust. In other words; does it compromise the strength of the trust at all?

Well, our first question is, did you read the trust eBook?  In particular, did you read the section on the different types of law on pages 5 through 7?   In there, we tried to make it very plain that the trust is not subject to the jurisdiction of any government...

I’ve come across some research from another individual that suggests the corporation sole for families and what they call a religious trust. Is this similar to the Natural Law Trust, or is it a more complicated way of “owning nothing, control everything”?

Our BIC trust writer, whom you may have seen in our trust webinars, also writes corporations sole.  However, we do not recommend them for most people, because they are statutory.  We have heard horrendous stories of people who had them shut down and their assets...