Emphasizing a detailed knowledge of the client's intent and how to capture it, Drafting Trusts in Connecticut
provides step-by-step guidance to the drafting of trusts documents in Connecticut estates practice. It includes model irrevocable forms addressing insurance, estate reduction, common law, statutory grantor-retained income, and charitable foundations.
Updated annually, coverage includes:
- Inter vivos trusts
- Revocable trusts
- Irrevocable life insurance trusts
- Dispositive trust provisions for descendants
- Appointment, removal, fees, and exculpation of trustees
- Administrative clauses
- And more
The text includes various model trust forms, as well as the Fiduciary Powers Act, Connecticut Principal and Income Act of 1987, and Uniform Statutory Rule Against Perpetuities (1989).