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§ 26:45. One-grantor RMTA for married person with children—Pour-over will—Grantor's spouse

11C TXFORMS § 26:45Donald J. Malouf , Henry J. Lischer, Jr., Alex E. NakosWest's Texas Forms (Approx. 24 pages)

§ 26:45. One-grantor RMTA for married person with children—Pour-over will—Grantor's spouse

11C TXFORMS § 26:45Donald J. Malouf , Henry J. Lischer, Jr., Alex E. NakosWest's Texas Forms (Approx. 24 pages)

11C West's Tex. Forms, Estate Planning § 26:45 (4th ed.)
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May 2024 Update
Estate Planning
Donald J. Malouf, Henry J. Lischer, Jr., Alex E. Nakos
Part VIII. Revocable Inter Vivos Management Trusts for Taxable Estates
Chapter 26. One-Grantor RMTAs for Married Person with Children and Either (1) Each Separate Estate Is Not Expected to Be Subject to Federal Estate Tax, but the Combined Total of the Two Estates Is Expected to Be Subject to Tax or (2) Each Separate Estate Is Expected to Be Subject to Federal Estate Tax
II. Forms
E. Pour-Over Wills
§ 26:45. One-grantor RMTA for married person with children—Pour-over will—Grantor's spouse
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