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Exploring some of the unique features of testamentary trusts

Can a will contain a trust? An attorney knows that answer to be yes. Upon the settlor’s death, a trust described in a will, known as a testamentary trust, becomes active and the designated trustee takes control of its management. However, a testamentary trust generally must go through probate because a will is involved.

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