Uniform Trust Code

ORS 130.310
UTC 503. Exceptions to spendthrift provisions


(1)

As used in this section, “child” means any individual for whose benefit a judgment, court order or administrative order for child support has been entered in any state, country or other jurisdiction.

(2)

Even if a trust contains a spendthrift provision, the holder of a judgment, court order or administrative order against a beneficiary for support or maintenance of the beneficiary’s child, spouse or former spouse or a judgment creditor who has provided services for the protection of a beneficiary’s interest in the trust, may obtain an order from a court of this state authorizing garnishment or other execution against present or future distributions to or for the benefit of the beneficiary. The court may issue an order authorizing execution against such amount as the court determines to be equitable under the circumstances but not more than the amount the trustee is required to distribute to or for the benefit of the beneficiary. Distributions subject to execution under this subsection include distributions required by the express terms of the trust, such as mandatory payments of income, and distributions the trustee has otherwise decided to make, such as through the exercise of discretion.

(3)

A spendthrift provision is unenforceable against a claim of this state or the United States to the extent a statute of this state or federal law so provides. [2005 c.348 §41; 2013 c.529 §8]

Law Review Citations

42 WLR 187 (2006)

Chapter 130

Law Review Citations

42 WLR 187 (2006)


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