Variations of Trusts law allows trustees and executors to make alterations to testamentary documents such as wills when all parties involved agree on those changes. The laws governing this practice are relatively complex, but there are advantages to undertaking a variation of a trust.
Even a diligently prepared will, particularly one that hasn’t been updated in a reasonable time, can overlook a key issue or miss an important variable. There are ways for a trustee and the beneficiaries to modify a trust or testamentary document to address these needs.
When all beneficiaries agree that an important trust variation should be made, our office can help navigate the complex processes of the law.
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