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flowerbug

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i still don't see how this will go for me, but am continuing to read up on things as i get a chance. basically finding out that if your trust is small then it's not worth it to anyone else to manage it and it will eventually be eaten up by fees charged by the trustees/managers. so at the level i'm at it won't be worth it to create a trust of any kind.

i wouldn't give it to local native tribes of any kind because they all have casinos and make plenty of money of those.
 

Trying2keepitReal

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i wouldn't give it to local native tribes of any kind because they all have casinos and make plenty of money of those.
not to start an argument but not every tribal entity has a casino and not every tribal member receives benefits from casinos. Not to say that some tribes don't benefit greatly from them but to say they "all" do is not correct.
 

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What would any of these entities or charities do with our homes? Sell it and put the money where it is needed. I’d rather keep land in the family. Children/grandchildren may not be interested now, but it might make a nice retirement place.

I have 3 fields. Thinking to fence and cross fence 2 fields for the sheep and look into the possibility of planting a pecan grove in the back field.
 
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