Prized possessions, every family has them. In Wisconsin season tickets to the Packers certainly ranks high enough in value to be included in an estate plan. Walter Christmas apparently turned to a trust in an effort to pass along the tickets, and any value, to his sons. Unfortunately, the trust agreement has not stopped feuding between his sons. I've included a link to the story of two brothers feuding over inherited Packer tickets.
Many clients think that a trust is a trouble-free way to leave possessions to family. As this story shows, trusts can't prevent family feuds.