What is a pourover trust?

A pourover trust is a way to plan for incapacity that allows a donor to set up a trust and act as the trustee, or manager, pourover trust terminates at the death of the donor or trustee, and all assets go back to the estate and must go through probate. Unlike a will, the pourover trust is not administered by a court, so its contents and terms are not part of the public record. For more legal information about pourover trusts and pour-over wills, use the free tool below.

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