The best way to describe the Star Trek world is that everyone is retired at age 18. After that the jobs they do are more like hobbies that interest them. There's no money to work for, but prestige is still a limited commodity, and the Captain has nicer quarters than the yeoman.
What exactly is the point of it? To lull you into a false sense of comfort and security? I look forward to autonomous vehicles, but if it still requires me to keep my attention on the road and ready to respond, I'd rather just be in control of the vehicle to begin with.
Yes, I particularly enjoy all the Canadian towns "welcoming people escaping Trump". So long as you have a 4 year degree, a job offer and six figures of assets. Requirements to emigrate to Canada without marriage being a factor.
The grandchildren can just market it as "The way our grandfather intended it to be!" They don't need exclusivity. Or how about this, make a standard open license for works between 20 years old and life of author +75 years where x% of the gross goes to the original author or their estate?