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    USA Irrevocable Trust Declaration


    Prepare an Irrevocable Trust Declaration to set up trusts for the benefit of a grantor's adult children with this template form for the USA.

    • In the event of a beneficiary's death, the assets will be distributed per stirpes, but if the deceased beneficiary has no children, the share is distributed to the other beneficiaries.
    • The net income will be distributed at the end of each calendar quarter. The body of the trust will be paid to the beneficiaries when they reach a specified age.
    • The grantor cannot borrow any part of the trust property or income without adequate security and interest.
    • The property or income of the trust cannot be sold for less than adequate compensation.
    This USA Irrevocable Trust Declaration is available in MS Word format. It can be easily customized to fit your circumstances.
    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 14-April-2016
    SKU: 4290
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    Colorado Beneficiary Deed Forms


    Make sure your real estate property passes to the beneficiary you choose when you die with these Colorado Beneficiary Deed forms.

    • You must complete, sign and record the beneficiary deed (also called a Transfer on Death Deed) with the County Recorder's Office during your lifetime. It cannot be recorded after your death.
    • Even though the title is transferred to your beneficiary, you still retain ownership rights over the property and you can deal with it as you see fit without the consent of the beneficiary.
    • You can revoke the transfer at any time by recording the enclosed Revocation of Beneficiary Deed.
    • Note that in Colorado, executing a Beneficiary Deed means your home is no longer an exempt resource for Medicaid and you run the risk of losing Medicaid.
    The Colorado Beneficiary Deed Forms are downloadable MS Word templates.

    Texas Community Property Survivorship Agreement


    TX property owners, avoid probate proceedings with respect to your community property with this Texas Community Property Survivorship Agreement.

    • The agreement is between two spouses, pursuant to the Texas Probate Code XI(3), section 451.
    • Upon the death of a spouse, title to all community property held by the spouses will immediately vest in the surviving spouse.
    • The agreement automatically terminates if the marriage ends.
    • As long as both spouses are alive, the property remains community property.
    • The agreement revokes all prior community property agreements.
    • The agreement must be filed in the county records in order to take effect.
    This Texas Community Property Survivorship Agreement is provided in MS Word format and is easy to edit and print.