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Certain Revocable and Testamentary Trusts that Wind Up
A reasonable period of settlement intervenes before a revocable trust that becomes irrevocable is considered a split-interest trust, in two situations:
- The trust becomes irrevocable upon the death of the decedent-grantor, or
- The trust was created by will, and the trustee is required to distribute all the net assets in trust or free of trust to both charitable and noncharitable beneficiaries.
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Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 23-Aug-2016