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A marital trust is an irrevocable trust that lets you transfer a deceased spouses assets to the surviving spouse without incurring any taxes. The trust also protects assets from creditors and future spouses the surviving spouse may encounter.
Credit Shelter Trust vs Marital Trust - Is a Marital Trust the Same as a Credit Shelter Trust? No. A Marital Trust is a type of Credit Shelter Trust. You and your spouse can use a Marital Trust to pass assets to a surviving spouse, children or grandchildren.
A pecuniary trust is a gift of a specific amount of money. For example, I give $ 100,000 to my Trustee, to hold in trust for my children. Often, pecuniary gifts are expressed by use of a formula.
What Trust is Best for You? (Top 4 Choices in 2022) Revocable Trusts. One of the two main types of trust is a revocable trust. Irrevocable Trusts. The other main type of trust is a irrevocable trust. Credit Shelter Trusts. Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust.
A credit shelter trust (CST) is a trust created after the death of the first spouse in a married couple. Assets placed in the trust are generally held apart from the estate of the surviving spouse, so they may pass tax-free to the remaining beneficiaries at the death of the surviving spouse.
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A credit shelter trust (CST) is a trust created after the death of the first spouse in a married couple. Assets placed in the trust are generally held apart from the estate of the surviving spouse, so they may pass tax-free to the remaining beneficiaries at the death of the surviving spouse.
There are three types of marital trusts: a general power of appointment, a qualified terminable interest property (QTIP) trust, and an estate trust. A martial trust protects the assets and benefits of a surviving spouse and children.
A pecuniary formula funds a specific dollar amount. For example, a pecuniary formula would direct the trustee to distribute to the marital trust the smallest amount that, if allowed as a marital deduction, would result in the least possible federal estate tax.
Yes, a Disclaimer Trust is often referred to as a Credit Shelter Trust. This is because married couples will add in the option for the surviving spouse to disclaim the first spouses assets and move them into a Disclaimer Trust.
A credit shelter trust (CST) is a trust created after the death of the first spouse in a married couple. Assets placed in the trust are generally held apart from the estate of the surviving spouse, so they may pass tax-free to the remaining beneficiaries at the death of the surviving spouse.

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