In addition to what others said you may stay with your standard grind but add a second bevel as shown. So, it may be ground at 55* and then at 40* to grind off more of the bevel allowing you to scoot around corners easier because the bevel is much shorter.
Here is a Glen Lucas double bevel shown at CraftSupply. I tried the bottom feeder or traditional but my hands are not steady enough to keep the corner out of the wood. With the double bevel the wings are still swept back. The more upright wings do provide a steeper angle of cut but for me it is a trade off of slicing action vs control.
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