The new law includes three statutes, Connecticut`s versions of the Uniform Trust Code (UTC), the Uniform Directed Trust Act (UDTA) and the Trust Act Qualifying Provisions (QDTA) (together the Act). The provisions adopted by UTC provide Connecticut administrators and trust beneficiaries with long-awaited guidelines for the management of Connecticut trusts, significantly expand the legal time frame within which a new trust can exist (from approximately 110 years to 800 years), and allow out-of-court settlement agreements and court amendments/denunciations. The uniform Directed Trust Act allows fiduciary powers to be split into two, maximizing the flexibility and control of the Settlor and beneficiaries. Finally, the Qualified Dispositions in Trust Act allows individuals to create self-freezing national trusts (DAPTs) that can offer settlors of such trusts out-of-the-box creditor protection. . . .