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  • What's a Living Trust? » Rockwills Corporation Pte Ltd
    create a Discretionary Trust Can a Living Trust and Testamentary Trust be fixed or discretionary What is the difference between the Fixed Trust and Discretionary Trust As long as the Trust is irrevocable it will prevent creditors from claiming Why would the client create an irrevocable Trust and not on a revocable basis Who else can revoke a revocable Trust other than the Settlor After settling a Living Trust can it be cancelled or terminated As my Will has an embedded Testamentary Trust Why would I need another Trust to carry out my instructions What happens if I have put same properties in the Will and in the Living Trust Would marriage revoke a Trust What are the requirements for a valid Trust If a Trust has so many advantages as compared to a Will should we have a Will or a Trust Would the properties under the Testamentary Trust be subjected to the order from the Court regarding the distribution Is the property under the Trust subject to the procedure of grant of probate or letter of administration Would having a Will be sufficient without having a Trust Why do we need the Trust Can the Settlor be a Beneficiary What does the Settlor own after the transfer of title How does it work What does the Trust do At what age will my children inherit my property I want to give everything to my children but I may have one or two more children in future Does it mean that I have to amend the Trust Deed each time I have a new baby What happens if the beneficiary under the Trust predeceases me Can I make revoke amend the Trust What type of assets can be used to fund the set up of a trust How many

    Original URL path: http://www.rockwills.com.sg/trustee/index.php?mid=15&p=contents-item&id=57 (2012-12-22)
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  • What's a Testamentary Trust? » Rockwills Corporation Pte Ltd
    a Living Trust and Testamentary Trust be fixed or discretionary What is the difference between the Fixed Trust and Discretionary Trust As long as the Trust is irrevocable it will prevent creditors from claiming Why would the client create an irrevocable Trust and not on a revocable basis Who else can revoke a revocable Trust other than the Settlor After settling a Living Trust can it be cancelled or terminated As my Will has an embedded Testamentary Trust Why would I need another Trust to carry out my instructions What happens if I have put same properties in the Will and in the Living Trust Would marriage revoke a Trust What are the requirements for a valid Trust If a Trust has so many advantages as compared to a Will should we have a Will or a Trust Would the properties under the Testamentary Trust be subjected to the order from the Court regarding the distribution Is the property under the Trust subject to the procedure of grant of probate or letter of administration Would having a Will be sufficient without having a Trust Why do we need the Trust Can the Settlor be a Beneficiary What does the Settlor own after the transfer of title How does it work What does the Trust do At what age will my children inherit my property I want to give everything to my children but I may have one or two more children in future Does it mean that I have to amend the Trust Deed each time I have a new baby What happens if the beneficiary under the Trust predeceases me Can I make revoke amend the Trust What type of assets can be used to fund the set up of a trust How many witnesses are required during the

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  • Would the properties under the Testamentary Trust be subjected to the order from the Court regarding the distribution? » Rockwills Corporation Pte Ltd
    would there be a possibility that the Trustee will abuse such power Why would anyone want to create a Discretionary Trust Can a Living Trust and Testamentary Trust be fixed or discretionary What is the difference between the Fixed Trust and Discretionary Trust As long as the Trust is irrevocable it will prevent creditors from claiming Why would the client create an irrevocable Trust and not on a revocable basis Who else can revoke a revocable Trust other than the Settlor After settling a Living Trust can it be cancelled or terminated As my Will has an embedded Testamentary Trust Why would I need another Trust to carry out my instructions What happens if I have put same properties in the Will and in the Living Trust Would marriage revoke a Trust What are the requirements for a valid Trust If a Trust has so many advantages as compared to a Will should we have a Will or a Trust Is the property under the Trust subject to the procedure of grant of probate or letter of administration Would having a Will be sufficient without having a Trust Why do we need the Trust Can the Settlor be a Beneficiary What does the Settlor own after the transfer of title How does it work What does the Trust do At what age will my children inherit my property I want to give everything to my children but I may have one or two more children in future Does it mean that I have to amend the Trust Deed each time I have a new baby What happens if the beneficiary under the Trust predeceases me Can I make revoke amend the Trust What type of assets can be used to fund the set up of a trust How many witnesses

    Original URL path: http://www.rockwills.com.sg/trustee/index.php?mid=15&p=contents-item&id=59 (2012-12-22)
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  • What is the characteristic of a Trust? » Rockwills Corporation Pte Ltd
    of distributions would there be a possibility that the Trustee will abuse such power Why would anyone want to create a Discretionary Trust Can a Living Trust and Testamentary Trust be fixed or discretionary What is the difference between the Fixed Trust and Discretionary Trust As long as the Trust is irrevocable it will prevent creditors from claiming Why would the client create an irrevocable Trust and not on a revocable basis Who else can revoke a revocable Trust other than the Settlor After settling a Living Trust can it be cancelled or terminated As my Will has an embedded Testamentary Trust Why would I need another Trust to carry out my instructions What happens if I have put same properties in the Will and in the Living Trust Would marriage revoke a Trust What are the requirements for a valid Trust If a Trust has so many advantages as compared to a Will should we have a Will or a Trust Would the properties under the Testamentary Trust be subjected to the order from the Court regarding the distribution Is the property under the Trust subject to the procedure of grant of probate or letter of administration Would having a Will be sufficient without having a Trust Why do we need the Trust Can the Settlor be a Beneficiary What does the Settlor own after the transfer of title How does it work What does the Trust do At what age will my children inherit my property I want to give everything to my children but I may have one or two more children in future Does it mean that I have to amend the Trust Deed each time I have a new baby What happens if the beneficiary under the Trust predeceases me Can I make revoke amend

    Original URL path: http://www.rockwills.com.sg/trustee/index.php?mid=15&p=contents-item&id=18 (2012-12-22)
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  • If a Trust has so many advantages as compared to a Will, should we have a Will or a Trust? » Rockwills Corporation Pte Ltd
    the Settlor and Beneficiary Since the Discretionary Trust is subject to the discretion of the Trustee in terms of distributions would there be a possibility that the Trustee will abuse such power Why would anyone want to create a Discretionary Trust Can a Living Trust and Testamentary Trust be fixed or discretionary What is the difference between the Fixed Trust and Discretionary Trust As long as the Trust is irrevocable it will prevent creditors from claiming Why would the client create an irrevocable Trust and not on a revocable basis Who else can revoke a revocable Trust other than the Settlor After settling a Living Trust can it be cancelled or terminated As my Will has an embedded Testamentary Trust Why would I need another Trust to carry out my instructions What happens if I have put same properties in the Will and in the Living Trust Would marriage revoke a Trust What are the requirements for a valid Trust Would the properties under the Testamentary Trust be subjected to the order from the Court regarding the distribution Is the property under the Trust subject to the procedure of grant of probate or letter of administration Would having a Will be sufficient without having a Trust Why do we need the Trust Can the Settlor be a Beneficiary What does the Settlor own after the transfer of title How does it work What does the Trust do At what age will my children inherit my property I want to give everything to my children but I may have one or two more children in future Does it mean that I have to amend the Trust Deed each time I have a new baby What happens if the beneficiary under the Trust predeceases me Can I make revoke amend the Trust

    Original URL path: http://www.rockwills.com.sg/trustee/index.php?mid=15&p=contents-item&id=60 (2012-12-22)
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  • What are the requirements for a valid Trust? » Rockwills Corporation Pte Ltd
    a Discretionary Trust Can a Living Trust and Testamentary Trust be fixed or discretionary What is the difference between the Fixed Trust and Discretionary Trust As long as the Trust is irrevocable it will prevent creditors from claiming Why would the client create an irrevocable Trust and not on a revocable basis Who else can revoke a revocable Trust other than the Settlor After settling a Living Trust can it be cancelled or terminated As my Will has an embedded Testamentary Trust Why would I need another Trust to carry out my instructions What happens if I have put same properties in the Will and in the Living Trust Would marriage revoke a Trust If a Trust has so many advantages as compared to a Will should we have a Will or a Trust Would the properties under the Testamentary Trust be subjected to the order from the Court regarding the distribution Is the property under the Trust subject to the procedure of grant of probate or letter of administration Would having a Will be sufficient without having a Trust Why do we need the Trust Can the Settlor be a Beneficiary What does the Settlor own after the transfer of title How does it work What does the Trust do At what age will my children inherit my property I want to give everything to my children but I may have one or two more children in future Does it mean that I have to amend the Trust Deed each time I have a new baby What happens if the beneficiary under the Trust predeceases me Can I make revoke amend the Trust What type of assets can be used to fund the set up of a trust How many witnesses are required during the attestation of the Trust

    Original URL path: http://www.rockwills.com.sg/trustee/index.php?mid=15&p=contents-item&id=61 (2012-12-22)
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  • Would marriage revoke a Trust? » Rockwills Corporation Pte Ltd
    or discretionary What is the difference between the Fixed Trust and Discretionary Trust As long as the Trust is irrevocable it will prevent creditors from claiming Why would the client create an irrevocable Trust and not on a revocable basis Who else can revoke a revocable Trust other than the Settlor After settling a Living Trust can it be cancelled or terminated As my Will has an embedded Testamentary Trust Why would I need another Trust to carry out my instructions What happens if I have put same properties in the Will and in the Living Trust What are the requirements for a valid Trust If a Trust has so many advantages as compared to a Will should we have a Will or a Trust Would the properties under the Testamentary Trust be subjected to the order from the Court regarding the distribution Is the property under the Trust subject to the procedure of grant of probate or letter of administration Would having a Will be sufficient without having a Trust Why do we need the Trust Can the Settlor be a Beneficiary What does the Settlor own after the transfer of title How does it work What does the Trust do At what age will my children inherit my property I want to give everything to my children but I may have one or two more children in future Does it mean that I have to amend the Trust Deed each time I have a new baby What happens if the beneficiary under the Trust predeceases me Can I make revoke amend the Trust What type of assets can be used to fund the set up of a trust How many witnesses are required during the attestation of the Trust instrument Can Protector remove and appoint Trustee Testator named

    Original URL path: http://www.rockwills.com.sg/trustee/index.php?mid=15&p=contents-item&id=62 (2012-12-22)
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  • What happens if I have put same properties in the Will and in the Living Trust? » Rockwills Corporation Pte Ltd
    would anyone want to create a Discretionary Trust Can a Living Trust and Testamentary Trust be fixed or discretionary What is the difference between the Fixed Trust and Discretionary Trust As long as the Trust is irrevocable it will prevent creditors from claiming Why would the client create an irrevocable Trust and not on a revocable basis Who else can revoke a revocable Trust other than the Settlor After settling a Living Trust can it be cancelled or terminated As my Will has an embedded Testamentary Trust Why would I need another Trust to carry out my instructions Would marriage revoke a Trust What are the requirements for a valid Trust If a Trust has so many advantages as compared to a Will should we have a Will or a Trust Would the properties under the Testamentary Trust be subjected to the order from the Court regarding the distribution Is the property under the Trust subject to the procedure of grant of probate or letter of administration Would having a Will be sufficient without having a Trust Why do we need the Trust Can the Settlor be a Beneficiary What does the Settlor own after the transfer of title How does it work What does the Trust do At what age will my children inherit my property I want to give everything to my children but I may have one or two more children in future Does it mean that I have to amend the Trust Deed each time I have a new baby What happens if the beneficiary under the Trust predeceases me Can I make revoke amend the Trust What type of assets can be used to fund the set up of a trust How many witnesses are required during the attestation of the Trust instrument Can Protector

    Original URL path: http://www.rockwills.com.sg/trustee/index.php?mid=15&p=contents-item&id=63 (2012-12-22)
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