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"The document incorporates a special certificate which must be signed by a solicitor or a doctor, who must be present when the grantor signs the document to ensure the grantor understands its contents.
In Jeffords, appellees, Louise Jeffords, the widow of grantor, S.M.
For example, a common power that may be retained by the grantor as a result of the defective provisions is the power to exchange assets within the trust for other assets of an equal fair market value.
During the grantor's lifetime, the gun trust's benefit is that the grantor has a vehicle to own title to his firearms in case of incapacity, and also aids in inventorying the grantor's collection during life.
For maximum convenience, the grantor generally serves as the sole trustee while he has the capacity to do so; alternatively, the grantor may have one or more cotrustees, or may not even be a trustee at all.
Many modern estate planning techniques intentionally create a grantor trust to facilitate shifting wealth out of a potentially taxable estate.
While there are a number of different types of grantor trusts, the most common is the traditional estate planning revocable trust.
While there is a split of opinions on the usefulness and future viability of grantor trusts, (4) they are, nonetheless, important tools for estate planners to help clients because grantor trusts may reduce or eliminate estate taxes upon the client's death by diminishing the amount of a client's taxable property.
If the grantor has certain rights or too much control, the trust will be included in the grantor's estate upon death.
For estate planning purposes, however, the grantor and the trust are considered separate.
The regulations provide a method for determining the portion of the corpus of a grantor retained annuity trust or grantor retained unitrust that is includible in the grantor's gross estate under Sec.
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