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Your Pour Over Will

Your Last Will and Testament is a Pour Over Will. It designates your Trust as the sole beneficiary of your Probate Estate. As such, it “pours,” or wills to your Trust any odds and ends that have been inadvertently left outside of your Trust at the time of your death. Because almost all of your assets should already be titled into your Trust, the Will simply transfers odds and ends to the Trust by avoiding formal Probate: it acts as a “safety net” that “catches” any assets that would otherwise trigger summary, or formal Probate administration. Such odds and ends are then distributed under the terms of the Trust.

It is in the Will where you also may state your desires for disposition of your last remains, such as cremation or burial instructions. Or, if you have minor children, here is where a Guardian for the Person and Estate of your minor children is named.

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