"Specific Bequests" are generally distributed before "General Bequests."
"Free of Trust," means without further obligation to trustee, for instance, real property could be distributed such that only the right to live in a home is granted. This would not be "free of trust."
"...sold and the net proceeds shall be distributed as follows," means just what it says. Trustee must sell the home and distribute the net proceeds per the trust.
"Some of the names and amounts are under both of these categories and I don't know if I am supposed to pay some of the beneficiaries listed under both of these categories twice?"
That's one for a court, unless you can get the beneficiaries to sign a settlement and release by which they agree on an interpretation of the trust instrument.
"What if the house meet her anticipated sell price and there is not enough money to pay the beneficiaries, when you include the real estate agents fees and how do I get my trustee fees? can I cut their amount down?"
Specific bequests go first, then from what's left the beneficiaries take a proportionate amount of the remainder. If there's nothing left, then there's nothing left. Easiest way out is to get beneficiaries to negotiate a settlement among themselves. If cannot be accomplished, then hold the money and invite the beneficiaries to petition the court for a final determination (huge waste of money, though).
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