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May a Trust transfer funds into a separate account set up for the purpose of maintaining a piece of inherited real estate that was not donated to the Trust? The beneficiaries of the Trust and the people who inherited the omitted property are the same.
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Good morning. My name is ***** ***** I look forward to helping you this morning. Can you provide me a bit more information? What does the trust agreement provide regarding the trustee's rights to make distributions from the trust? Thank you!
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