The Wall Street Journal quoted Trusts & Estates Tax Partner Janis Cowhey in an article on how to protect your assets after your death.
Wall Street Journal
By Cheryl Winokur Munk
Most corporate trustees are forthcoming with information, but private trustees generally don’t do it unless a beneficiary requests the information, says Janis Cowhey, a partner at Marcum LLP, an independent public accounting and advisory services firm. “If they know the cookie jar is being watched,” she says, “it can take away temptation.”