Trusts & Estates
The Need for a Pour Over Will and the Search for Rich Aunt Mabel
Kaufmann’s clients often wonder why they need a Pour Over Will if they have a Revocable Living Trust. He points out that if the Trust is properly funded and if all assets are transferred into the Trust, then the Pour Over Will may not be necessary. But often an assets get left out, and the Pour Over Will is the solution.
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