Should my Life Insurance be Owned in a Trust?; Attorney Considerations, Tax Consequences and Logistics
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May 11, 2021
Westchester County Bar Association
David will review the pros and cons of having an irrevocable trust own a life insurance policy. A brief review of the types of life insurance and which are generally better suited for trust ownership and under which circumstances. Case studies will be provided.
Discussions will include 1-how to "transfer" a policy to a trust, 2-tax consequences of such transfers and subsequent policy withdrawals and/or payment of proceeds and 3-trustee fiduciary duty and importance of periodic policy reviews.
This will be a mid-level to advanced seminar. Ideally suited for trust & estate attorneys, family advisors, trustees and tax attorneys.
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