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The consequence of failing to include the residuary distribution clause is that the decedent’s residuary estate is now subject to distribution by law, otherwise known as intestate succession. This means that rather than the intended distribution, the residuary estate will be distributed equally amongst all children of the decedent.

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The residuary beneficiary of a living trust receives all property transfered into the trust that isn't passed to specific beneficiaries. The residuary property is usually easily defined, because the only property to take into consideration is the property that was transferred into the trust.

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A residuary trust is typically the property of the decedent's equal to the remaining exclusion amount, as noted on the Business Dictionary website. It is part B of the A-B trust, otherwise referred to as the marital residuary trust. The A-trust is all of the decedent's assets that in excess of the allowed exclusions.

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trust for the benefit of Spouse and a residuary trust (“Residuary Trust”). Under the terms of Trust Agreement, which governs Residuary Trust, Spouse possesses a qualifying income interest in Residuary Trust property for life. Trust Agreement also provides that Decedent’s personal representative has the power to

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connection with her role as trustee of the Residuary Trust. The parties involved entered into a settlement agreement on Date 6, conditioned upon receipt of a favorable ruling from the Internal Revenue Service. The settlement provides for a termination of the trust and a current distribution of the assets to Daughter and Grandchildren 1 - 5. The

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This provides support for your surviving spouse during his or her lifetime, but controls the distribution of the estate after your spouse’s death. When your spouse dies, any remaining principal (residuary) in the QTIP trust reverts to your children via a residuary trust - not to anyone else.

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Why a Will Must Have a Residuary Clause. Sep 22, 2010. A will is a must-have for any estate plan, but a will does not normally distribute each and every piece of personal and real property owned by an individual.

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Distributions of property in kind as defined earlier in Income Distribution Deduction under Income Tax Return of an Estate—Form 1041. Distributions required for the support of the decedent's surviving spouse or other dependent for a limited period, but only out of corpus (principal).

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A Credit Shelter Trust is designed to allow affluent couples to reduce or completely avoid estate taxes when passing assets on to heirs, typically the couple's children. This type of irrevocable ...

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Otherwise, the state’s intestacy laws provide for the manner of distribution. If the will leaves the residue to a revocable trust, it pours over into that trust, and you transfer the assets into the trustee or trustees’ names in whatever manner they direct.