Without much doubt, the transfer of assets to the trust is the most critical part of the formation of a revocable living trust. Inasmuch as all of the grantor's property should be conveyed to the trust, the obvious question is whether the transfer triggers adverse consequences to the grantor. In general, conveyance of property to a revocable inter vivos trust can be accomplished without negative consequences but the property inventory should be subjected to an itemby- item review before the actual transfer occurs. Here are the major points to consider.
Harl, Neil E.
"Funding Revocable Living Trusts,"
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