The new edition of Gratuitous Transfers incorporates developments in the law of wills, trusts and estates since 2013, including a new principal case involving beneficiary consent to trust accounting. The text also includes references to case law and literature relating to same-sex marriage, revocation by divorce, reformation of wills, directed trusts, trust decanting, and fiduciary access to digital assets, as well as statutory references to recent amendments to the Uniform Probate Code and Uniform Trust Code. The coverage has been thoroughly updated while maintaining continuity of organization and general approach with previous editions.


Imprint: West Academic Publishing
Series: American Casebook Series
Publication Date: 11/05/2018
Related Subject(s): Tax-Estate And Gift

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Material revisions include coverage of case law and literature relating to same-sex marriage, revocation by divorce, reformation of wills, and beneficiary consent to trust accounting, as well as recent statutory changes relating to directed trusts, trust decanting, and fiduciary access to digital assets.

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