We want to run all this through a Private Membership Club, with a PMA. Will that complicate the use of the Trust?
It is possible that in your discussions with our trust writer, you may discover that the features of the trust make the club redundant and unnecessary. But if reasons exist to continue anyway with the club idea, it need not be prohibitively complicated. The club could be made an asset of the trust, and its fees could be payable to the trust. Plus there are other possible arrangements that could be made. People work with LLCs, and make the trust own up to 98% of them. People work with foundations, and discover they can operate the trust as a foundation, thus making a statutory foundation unnecessary. So the same could occur with your club and your PMA. Greater details can be discussed with our trust writer after you become a trust client.