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A Recent Private Letter Ruling By The IRS Concluded That A Modification To A Faulty Fiduciary Provision Did Not Result In A Loss Of The Trust’s Grandfathered Generation Skipping Transfer Exempt Status

The taxpayer who submitted the modifications to the inter vivos trust for an IRS private letter ruling found himself bound a set of unfortunate circumstances. Due to the requirements of the successor trustee and appointment provisions and distribution requirements under the terms of trust, future trustees could not be appointed and distributions could not be made to the beneficiaries of the trust. Essentially the terms of the trust had frustrated the purpose of the trust. The beneficiaries were not benefiting from the corpus of the trust and the future of the trust was at risk.

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