This case involves the bankruptcy of a family trust in Utah that was comprised entirely of stock in a large company, and comprised the trust’s bankruptcy. The trust was established for the descendants of one of the founders of the company. The company was a very closely held, illiquid, and publicly traded company on the capital market. The trust was never diversified throughout the years and was effectively worth nothing, despite once being valued at over $500,000,000. An investment banker experienced in financial transactions focused on diversifying similarly concentrated trusts of closely held, illiquid, publicly traded securities was needed to comment on how the divestment could have been performed from a logistical and practical standpoint.