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trust fund

n. the principal (called the corpus) of a trust made up of its assets and, sometimes, accumulated profits. (See: trust)

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A decade-old effort to liberalize the state's trust laws has made it easier and more convenient for wealthy families to protect their assets from creditors, taxes and the prying eyes of the public.
The report has been approved--subject to comment--by the executive councils of the Business Law Section and the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section.
Two Seas Trust will offer personal and corporate trust services under Bahraini Trust Law to the increasing number of corporates and ultra high net worth individuals in the Middle East who are seeking to take advantage of the flexibility and confidentiality of the trust concept.
The Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section's Asset Preservation Committee is dedicated to educating its members, and all Florida attorneys, about legal and ethical issues that arise in lawfully shielding assets from the claims of creditors.
This legislation creates a number of difficult policy issues and raises a host of technical challenges to many traditional or accepted constructs of trust law.
The General Assembly Office was charged with the responsibility of obtaining a legal opinion on the trust law issue.
Included are advanced estate planning, probate and trust law Web sites.
Domestic trust law generally restricts the nature and extent of benefit and/or control that a "settlor," the person who created the trust, can retain through a trust.
In trust law, when someone is under age, incompetent, or a spendthrift, the legal system sometimes asks another party to control that person's property.
He is an Academician in the International Academy of Estate and Trust Law, and a past chair of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of The Florida Bar.
They attended seminars covering the following topics: Tips Relating to IRS Audits of Family Limited Partnerships; Federal Tax Update; Valuations; Perpetual Dynasty Trusts Tax Planning and Jurisdiction Selection; Trustee Missteps; Washington Tax Issues Associated with Transfers of Property; Washington Probate and Trust Law Update; Intra-Family Transactions: Lessons in Forgiveness of Debt; Tax-Efficient Disposition of Qualified Plans and IRAs; Planning with Gifts in 2012; TEDRA: A Panacea for Curing Trust and Estate Ailments; Tax Compliance for U.
This guide for English law school students provides fifty sample questions for preparing for examinations in equity and trust law.