Considerations of Forming a Family Constitution

Mutual Trust's Brad Simmons speaks with PWN's Richard Milroy about the key considerations and challenges of creating a family constitution. Drawing on years of experience of working with families, Brad suggests some key strategies to meet these challenges to create a constitution that unites the family for years to come.

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