On Tue, 06 Apr 1999 20:00:24 -0700 Spike Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
I still have not
>out how to squirrel away wealth in some fashion that my descendants
>(should I ever have any) would not rather try to inherit, after
>causing my accidental unsuccessful thawing. Ideas? spike
A diversified trust account should have a good chance of retaining value and increasing in value over a 100 year period. And several of them would have an even better chance. Consider the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations, the Harvard Endowment, and the Nobel Prize endowment. It should be possible to make a trust stand up to legal attack if it is specifically designed to do so. The trust could provide an incentive for successful thawing and revival.