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September 19, 2012

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Julia

I understand Estate Planning, for the most part, but I have question that a client is asking our firm. Ok, so lets say that Jane has a trust and she specifically distributes all her assets accordingly. So if she gives John(her son) $100k and then 2years later he dies, would the money go to his spouse or to the grandchildren? If so how do you specify that is not what you want? Any insight will be greatly appreciated:)

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Julia, we cannot respond to individual legal inquiries on this blog. Please email or call attorney Darling directly for assistance. 413.781.0560 [email protected]

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