CTC’s Trust Counsel, Jonathan Becker, Panelist for CLE course: Avoiding “Crummey Power” Mistakes in Drafting Trust Documents
Our Trust counsel, Jonathan E. Becker, was recently a co-panelist for the CLE course: Avoiding “Crummey Power” Mistakes in Drafting Trust Documents alongside Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf Partner, Denise L. Iocco, Esquire. This particular seminar included the following topics:
- Drafting requirements in trust documents
- Notice requirements to beneficiaries
- Additional steps to protect against IRS challenge
- “Hanging Crummey powers”
If you would like additional information about the topics covered in this seminar, please contact Jonathan directly at email@example.com or 302.658.7214.
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