I have a client that does not want their children to inherit anything until age 30. This seems to be a general principle rather because they have a specific reason. I have a vague recollection that the courts are not too keen on testamentary gifts being delayed beyond a certain point, but I cannot recall any authorities for this.
Is there a firm (or general) limit, and if so, where is this established?
Elliot, Bond & Banbury