Testamentary Trust Provision in Will with Spouse to Receive a Life Estate in Farm Land with Remainder Interest in Land to Pass to Trust for the Benefit of Children
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Statutes in effect in the various jurisdictions prescribe certain formalities which must be observed in connection with the execution of a will in order to impart validity to the instrument and entitle it to probate. A valid testamentary trust is created only where the purported will attempting to create it complies with the formalities of the statute of wills. An instrument will be denied probate where it fails to conform at least substantially to the controlling provisions governing the execution of wills. Pertinent statutes should be consulted.
In general terms, a remainder interest refers to someone with a future interest in an asset. It may be a future interest in the estate created by a trust, a contingent interest when a life tenant surrenders a claim to the estate, or a vested interest that becomes effective at a specified future date. It is often created when a grantor leaves property to pass to a family member upon the grantor's death.
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