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August 29th, 2011

What is a Simple Trust?

(Estate Planners) - As far as the Internal Revenue Service is concerned, and for the purpose of taxation, there are two types of trusts, simple and complex. If a trust is classified as simple, this merely refers to how the trustee distributes income to the beneficiaries of the trust.

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June 13th, 2011

What is an Oral Will?

(Estate Planners) - An oral will, also sometimes referred to as a nuncupative will, as the name suggests, is merely a verbal accounting of a testator of how he or she wishes for property and assets to be distributed upon death. The oral will is similar to a traditional (written) will, but is spoken. It is rare for an oral will to be used in modern times, although it is certainly a viable option in some circumstances, such as in an emergency situation where there is no time for a written will to be prepared before death occurs.

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