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CARR WILLIAM J HILL REVOCABLE MICHAEL & GERMAINE C CHOE
808(4), which provides that death benefits payable to a revocable trust (which the First DCA referenced in its discussion of F.
Before the enactment of the statutory change, Goltermann says, spouses whose estate plan recommendations included the common vehicle of revocable inter vivos trusts would have to choose between their estate planner's advice and the protections against creditors that tenancy by the entirety confers.
I could literally "feel" resistance to my desire to do a living revocable trust.
Hewlett Revocable Trust, I represent two major stockholders and I will continue to monitor the company's performance to ensure that it acts in the best interests of all stockholders.
THE TERM LIVING TRUSTMEANS A revocable living trust.
The Rhodes Family Revocable Trust, led by Noah Rhodes Jr.
BELK BRIAN FAIRBANK REVOCABLE TRUST 7/28/11 $3,100,000
When an overall concept is developed and all issues associated with it are resolved, an application is submitted to NYCDOT requesting revocable consent for the bollards.
It covers using life insurance in both revocable and irrevocable trusts; creative uses of life insurance for charitable giving; and corporate and partnership uses of life insurance.
Where a husband and wife established a revocable trust into which the husband transferred all of his separate property, and the trust agreement provided that the property transferred to the trust is community property unless husband or wife as transferor identifies it as separate property, the husband did not transmute separate property to community property because the trust agreement provision was not an "express declaration" of the intent to create a transmutation within the meaning of Family Code Sec.