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Will With Unified Credit Shelter Trust and QTIP Marital Trust With Children's Shares In Trust Until Age 25 (20 Pages)
$ 49.00
This Will provides for the mandatory creation and funding of a unified credit (aka exemption equivalent trust) (Article Third) for the benefit of the testator’s surviving spouse and children. The balance of the testator’s property passes into a Qualified Terminable Interest Property (QTIP) Trust for the benefit of the surviving spouse.
Will With Residue In Trust For Wife, Then (Or At Husband's Death If Wife Does Not Survive) Remainder Outright To Children With Trust Until Age 25 For Children Of A Deceased Child (16 Pages)
$ 39.00

 This Will provides for the entire residuary estate of the decedent to be held in trust for the benefit of the surviving spouse. All income is to be paid to the spouse; principal in the discretion of the trustees, and the spouse is given a 5 and 5 power of withdrawal.

Will With QDOT (Qualified Domestic Trust) (25 Pages)
$ 69.00

 This Will is a Form of Qualified Domestic Trust – to be used when the surviving spouse is not a United States citizen, but the marital deduction at the death of the first spouse to die is desired to be used. The general rule of taxation prohibits the use of the marital deduction if the surviving spouse is not a U.S. citizen. Code Section 2056A requires a series of special requirements to enable the use of the marital deduction in this situation, which requirements are incorporated in this document. Note that this trust is drafted from the viewpoint of the decedent’s husband being the survivor. Obviously, that can be modified.

Will With Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust (6 Pages)
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This Form is a Will prepared for an unmarried person who desired to benefit a list of family members with a series of specific gifts of money and property, and then create a charitable remainder annuity trust for the shared benefit of the life annuitant and certain charities favored by the testator.

Will Outright To Spouse Then Held In Spendthrift Trust (17 Pages)
$ 49.00

This Will leaves all property to the surviving spouse. If there is no surviving spouse, the property is left in trust for a child or children, for a duration of 15 years (There is no “magic” to the 15 years here – this Form can be modified to a different duration of years for the trust to run).  This is an ideal trust for a client who is concerned about a child, grandchild or any other beneficiary, running through their inheritance.
 

The trustees are authorized to pay income and principal to or for the benefit of the child, but such payments are capped at $15,000 per year. (There is no "magic" to the $15,000 here - this Form can be modified for different annual amounts.) When the 15 year term is up, the trust property passes outright to the Beneficiary. If the Beneficiary does not survive to inherit, or survives but dies before the 15 years have elapsed, the property passes to the descendants of the testator per stirpes. Article NINTH includes a spendthrift clause.

Will For Widow Treating Two Children And Heirs Differently (18 Pages)
$ 39.00

This is a Form of a Will created by a widow with two children and numerous grandchildren. As the result of different levels of sophistication regarding the management of financial issues between her son and his family and her daughter and her family, the testator here has essentially divided her estate equally between her two children and their families, while at the same time has created different dispositive provisions for her children and their families

Simple Will With Direction To Sell Real Estate At Designated Age Of Beneficiary (12 Pages)
$ 49.00

This is a simple will. The testator leaves all property to his or her spouse outright. If the spouse does not survive, the property then passes in trust for children, per stirpes. When the youngest child of the family reached age 18, the residential property held in the trust is to be sold, and the proceeds distributed among the children. It is assumed that this instrument will be suitable for persons having modest estates well below the federal exemption. 

SIMPLE WILL (Outright To Surviving Spouse, Then Outright To Children, Then Descendants Per Stirpes With Trust For Grandchildren Under Age 35) (14 Pages)
$ 39.00
This is a simple will. The testator leaves all property to his or her spouse outright. If the spouse does not survive, the property then passes outright to children, per stirpes. If a child does not take, and the property passes to grandchildren, a grandchild must be age 35 to receive an outright share. Otherwise, the share of the grandchild is held in trust until age 35, with the trustees authorized to pay income and principal in their discretion for a grandchild’s health, education, maintenance and support.
SIMPLE WILL (Outright To Surviving Spouse, Then Descendants Per Stirpes) (9 Pages)
$ 29.00
This is a simple will. The testator leaves all property to his or her spouse outright. If the spouse does not survive, the property then passes outright to descendants, per stirpes. There are no trusts created under this will, regardless of the ages of the beneficiaries. It is assumed that this instrument will be suitable for persons having modest estates well below the federal estate tax exemption. This instrument is also suitable for situations where the anticipated beneficiaries will all be adults.
SIMPLE WILL (No Surviving Spouse. Outright To Surviving Children, Then Descendants Per Stirpes) (9 Pages)
$ 29.00
This is a simple will. The testator leaves all property to his or her children outright. If no child survives the testator, the property then passes outright to descendants, per stirpes. It is assumed here that the testator does not have a spouse.
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