Can I write my will n such a way as to have it skip a generation or not come into play until a date in the future and have the trustee manage it after I die
1 Answer from Attorneys
Sure. Estate planning attorneys see this scenario all the time. Mostly this is done with a revocable living trust, but you could get it done with a will that includes a testamentary trust.
Just because you said "skip a generation," you get to have the discussion with your estate planning attorney about the generation skipping tax.
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