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hi attorney andrew bethel weve talked previously about why you still need a last will and testament with a trust now lets talk about that will in detail the poor over will what it is and how does it differ from a normal last will and testament or living will your pour over will works in conjunction with a living trust in laymans terms it grabs non-trust assets and pours them into your trust one way ive heard it described is with a cup and saucer example think of your trust as a teacup with the tea of course being your assets held in trust one of the functions of the saucer placed under your cup is that it catches anything that doesnt make its way into or spills out of the cup that saucer is your pour over will collecting assets that did not make their way into the trust rather than letting them fall on the table which here is probate another way to think about your poor over will is that its a safety net its catching assets before they hit the floor which again here is probate