Sacramento Pour Over Wills Attorneys
The trust is "funded" by virtue of the creators of it transferring property into it. For real property, that means actually deeding the property into the trust's name, which you will choose. For other property, the trust will specifically acknowledge its inclusion. There is some property, however, that inevitably escapes inclusion, and this is why the pour-over will is important. The Pour-Over Will ensures that the assets omitted from the trust "corpus" are nonetheless distributed according to the trust's provisions. Without this piece of the package, your estate could remain subject to a probate proceeding, thereby incurring additional administrative expenses.
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