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GRAF EDWARD M GHERARDI REVOCABLE DB&G HOLDING CO LLC
The Morey decision is not the only judicial opinion deciding the potential loss of creditor protection with respect to the payment of insurance proceeds to a revocable trust.
One important item to remember is to establish a living revocable trust, not an irrevocable trust.
The property was purchased for $649,000 in October 2010 from the Herbert Jones & Janet Treseder Joint Revocable Trust.
ROCK ANNE M OBRIEN REVOCABLE TRUST 07/19/11 $1,200,000
The seventh circuit made two important holdings in Lurie: (1) the language in the "pour-over" will that effectively incorporated the revocable trust by reference governed the payment of estate taxes that exceeded the residuary estate and (2) even without such language in the will, it is proper under Illinois law to consider both the will and revocable trust agreement to determine the decedent's intent about payment of estate taxes.
Every year, many people have revocable living trusts drafted, but never properly funded.
It's been sold to the Klein Family Revocable Trust of Brentwood for $15.
Another option, particularly for couples with considerable assets and property, is to create a revocable trust, so named because the creator of the trust can change or "revoke" it as needed, says Philip Susswein, a partner in the New York City office of the law firm Proskauer Rose who also works on a pro bono basis with Gay Men's Health Crisis to help the agency's clients with simple estate planning.
Hewlett Revocable Trust today issued the following statement regarding the preliminary results issued by the independent inspectors of election of the voting results from the March 19, 2002 special meeting of Hewlett-Packard stockholders:
A new letter ruling exposes a potential problem if a married couple's revocable trust becomes irrevocable after the first spouse dies and the trust then sells the surviving spouse's home.
A revocable trust, as the name suggests, is one that can be canceled by the creator.