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Can the surviving spouse dissolve a revocable living trust for the purpose of disinheriting a beneficiary?

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Yes, a Survivor can dissolve a revocable living trust

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Trust law is complicated. You should seek the advice of an attorney who can review your situation and explain your options.


When you click on the link that has been provided for you beneath this answer it will take you directly to a webpage where you will find everything that you need to need to know about irrevocable trusts and trustees.AnswerThere are revocable trusts and irrevocable trusts. A trustee can only do what is provided in the trust and what is allowed by law. A properly drafted revocable trust should have a provision for the dissolution of the trust. An irrevocable trust is notsubject to change or dissolution. You should consult with the attorney who drafted the trust to determine your options.


Yes. The couple is still legally married and therefore, the surviving spouse has all the rights conferred on a surviving spouse under state laws of intestacy. You can check the laws in your state at the related question link below.Couples who separate permanently and who fail to obtain a legal dissolution of the marriage don't realize that by not obtaining a divorce their spouse will inherit some or all of their estate when they die even if there is a will leaving the property to another beneficiary mentioned in the will.In most states in the United States a person cannot disinherit their spouse. The spouse has the "right of election" and can file a claim for an intestate share of the estate. If a couple intends to stay apart they should take the necessary action to legally dissolve the marriage.Yes. The couple is still legally married and therefore, the surviving spouse has all the rights conferred on a surviving spouse under state laws of intestacy. You can check the laws in your state at the related question link below.Couples who separate permanently and who fail to obtain a legal dissolution of the marriage don't realize that by not obtaining a divorce their spouse will inherit some or all of their estate when they die even if there is a will leaving the property to another beneficiary mentioned in the will.In most states in the United States a person cannot disinherit their spouse. The spouse has the "right of election" and can file a claim for an intestate share of the estate. If a couple intends to stay apart they should take the necessary action to legally dissolve the marriage.Yes. The couple is still legally married and therefore, the surviving spouse has all the rights conferred on a surviving spouse under state laws of intestacy. You can check the laws in your state at the related question link below.Couples who separate permanently and who fail to obtain a legal dissolution of the marriage don't realize that by not obtaining a divorce their spouse will inherit some or all of their estate when they die even if there is a will leaving the property to another beneficiary mentioned in the will.In most states in the United States a person cannot disinherit their spouse. The spouse has the "right of election" and can file a claim for an intestate share of the estate. If a couple intends to stay apart they should take the necessary action to legally dissolve the marriage.Yes. The couple is still legally married and therefore, the surviving spouse has all the rights conferred on a surviving spouse under state laws of intestacy. You can check the laws in your state at the related question link below.Couples who separate permanently and who fail to obtain a legal dissolution of the marriage don't realize that by not obtaining a divorce their spouse will inherit some or all of their estate when they die even if there is a will leaving the property to another beneficiary mentioned in the will.In most states in the United States a person cannot disinherit their spouse. The spouse has the "right of election" and can file a claim for an intestate share of the estate. If a couple intends to stay apart they should take the necessary action to legally dissolve the marriage.


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