Trust funding is a source of great confusion to clients. And far too many trusts are unfunded, or only partially funded, at death. Yet the concept of trust funding is relatively simple – depending on the type of trust, assets must be transferred or re-titled in the name of the trust, assigned to the trust, or designated to pass or flow to the trust at death.
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