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stirpes

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The balance of the Aggregate Principal shall be divided into shares, per stirpes, for such of the Settlor's children as survive the Settlor and for the descendants who survive the Settlor of such of them as predecease the Settlor, and each share shall be disposed of as provided in Article 4 of this Declaration.
We were going to open in the beginning of summer, but I had to give a kidney to my sister," Stirpe said.
84) If the decedent has descendants but no surviving spouse, the property passes to the descendants, equally if in the same degree of kindred, but per stirpes if otherwise.
Those purposes would have been achieved if the interests of A, C, and D had been made contingent on being alive on the occurrence of the first of the three specified events, with their issue to take per stirpes the share the parent would have taken if surviving until such time.
The principal would be distributable per stirpes among her issue 21 years after the death of the last of the six of her seven children living at the time of the donor's death.
In each instance, a single trust existed for the benefit of a child, with the remainder distributable among the creator's grandchildren per stirpes.
Under the will, each daughter received income for life and the remainder was distributable to her children per stirpes.
When making per stirpital distributions, Florida applies a strict per stirpes distribution, making the equal division at the children's level, even if there are no surviving children.
Unfortunately it also changes per stirpes to per stupid if you fail to watch it closely.
The typical QTIP trust is drafted to provide all income to the surviving spouse and remainder to the decedent spouse's descendants (usually on a per stirpes basis).
For example, it is not uncommon for such a trust to include a provision which distributes the balance of the assets to the grantor's descendants, per stirpes, upon the expiration of the term of the trust.
When beneficiaries are more than one generation away from the testator and all share equally, the distribution is "per capita"; if the amount each takes is determined by tracing through a parent, the distribution is "per stirpes," i.