Family Limited Partnership (FLP): Frequently used to move wealth from one generation to another. FLPs are typically holding companies, acting as an entity that holds the property (business interests, real estate investments, publicly traded or privately held securities) contributed by the members. In estate planning, FLP interests are often sold or gifted to irrevocable trusts.
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