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Herbert and Kim Hahn acquired the house from the Alexander Revocable Trust, led by Faye Alexander.
The IRS argued that by paying all of the premiums at one time, the payor revocable trust gave a further benefit to the dynasty busts, namely that they did not have to pay future premiums.
CARR WILLIAM J HILL REVOCABLE MICHAEL & GERMAINE C CHOE
In a revocable trust, the grantor maintains ownership of the assets, so there's always the potential to lose them to creditors or lawsuits.
808(4), which provides that death benefits payable to a revocable trust (which the First DCA referenced in its discussion of F.
In addition, you can revoke a revocable trust if you become unhappy with the arrangement.
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.
If the revocable trust, through its trustee, is designated as the beneficiary (or as both the owner and beneficiary) of one or more insurance policies on the life of the trust's grantor, the trust is a revocable life insurance trust.
You can change a revocable living trust; you can't touch an irrevocable one.
In applying for a Revocable Consent, the building owner must perform a building vulnerability study to assess the extent of damage that would be caused by various explosive events.
If you do have a will, or a will and revocable trust, you have planned well.
A revocable trust becomes irrevocable when the grantor, during his lifetime, relinquishes title to property placed in the trust and gives up all right to alter, amend, revoke, or terminate the trust, or when the grantor dies.