Uniform Trust Code

ORS 130.570
Advancement against share of trust


Property that the settlor gives during the settlor’s lifetime to a beneficiary of the trust is an advancement against the beneficiary’s share of the trust only if either the settlor makes a written statement that the property constitutes an advancement or the beneficiary makes a written statement acknowledging that the property constitutes an advancement. For purposes of applying the property against the beneficiary’s share of the trust, the property must be valued as of the time the beneficiary takes possession or enjoyment of the property, or as of the time of death of the settlor, whichever occurs first. [Formerly 128.395]
Chapter 130

Law Review Citations

42 WLR 187 (2006)


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