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11 West's Tex. Forms, Estate Planning § 17:20 (4th ed.)
West's Texas Forms
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May 2023 Update
Estate Planning
Donald J. Malouf, Henry J. Lischer, Jr., Alex E. Nakos
Part V. Wills Establishing Testamentary Trusts for Taxable Estates
Chapter 17. Wills for Married Person with Children: Separate Estates Are Not Subject to Federal Estate Tax but the Combined Total of the Two Estates Is Subject to Tax
II. Forms—Tax Planning by Division of Estate in Will of Testator
A. Bypass Trust Terminates After Death of Surviving Spouse by Distribution to Separate Children's Trusts
4. Summary of Estate Plans
§ 17:20. Summary of estate plan—Bypass trust will—Bypass trust to separate children's trust—Surviving spouse and children are beneficiaries to bypass trust—Surviving spouse possesses power of appointment over bypass
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