Spendthrift Trusts and Public Policy: Economic and Cognitive Perspectives
Washington University Law Quarterly
In Part I, I shall explore restraints against voluntary alienation: that is, restrictions on a beneficiary's right to terminate the arrangement-to take the money and run. In Part II, I shall proceed to restraints against involuntary alienation: that is, restrictions on creditors' rights to reach the trust corpus in order to satisfy their claims. Finally, in Part III, I take up the refinement of spendthrift trust doctrine: assuming the expediency of a general warrant to create spendthrift trusts, should lawmakers nonetheless carve out exceptions to their effectiveness?
Adam J. Hirsch,
Spendthrift Trusts and Public Policy: Economic and Cognitive Perspectives,
73 Wash. U. L. Q. 1
Available at: https://openscholarship.wustl.edu/law_lawreview/vol73/iss1/1