pour-over will love

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  • n. A testamentary device wherein the writer of a will creates a trust (usually unfunded at that point), and decrees in the will that property in his estate at the time of his death shall be placed in the trust.

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Examples

  • The pour-over will is simply added protection in case you forgot to title something in the name of your trust or you bought something that wasn’t billed correctly.

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