Inter-Vivos Trust

Inter-Vivos Trust,

Inter-Vivos Trust:

  1. Inter-Vivos Trust means: A living trust is a loyal relationship for inheritance planning established during the trust era. This trust is also known as a living trust and the terms are defined when the trust is established and may lead to the distribution of assets among the beneficiaries during or after the term of the trustee. Unlike the Intervening Trust, there is a will, which comes into force after the ■■■■■ of the guardian.

    • An Interviews Trust is a living trust that holds the trustee's assets.
    • One of the benefits of the Interview Trust is that it avoids succession or court proceedings to distribute the owner's property after ■■■■■.
    • The trustee may also become a trustee of the trust during his term or until the nominee in the trust is authorized to take over.

  2. A trust built during the life of a fundraiser. Also known as living trust.

  3. Another name for living faith.

Literal Meanings of Inter-Vivos Trust


Meanings of Inter:
  1. Place in a grave or cemetery, usually with a funeral service.

  2. in between.

  3. Enter the middle.

  4. one another.

Sentences of Inter
  1. He was ■■■■■■ with military honors.

  2. Mutual interaction

  3. Interactive

Synonyms of Inter

consign to the grave, put six feet under, inurn, lay to rest, earth up, bury, sepulchre, ensepulchre, inhume, entomb, plant, inearth, deep-six


Meanings of Trust:
  1. Strong belief in the reliability, accuracy, skill or power of someone or something.

  2. Assumes the accuracy of the statement without any evidence or investigation.

  3. The state of being responsible for something or other.

  4. A person or work for which we are responsible.

  5. An arrangement in which a person (trustee) retains property as a nominal owner for the benefit of one or more beneficiaries.

  6. An oversight board.

  7. An organization or company managed by an administrator.

  8. A large company that owns the market or wants to monopolize the market.

Sentences of Trust
  1. They know how to gain the trust of others.

  2. Although recent events have shaken confidence in her abilities, we need to remember how effective she is in therapy.

  3. I remained steadfast in my beliefs, convictions and beliefs as I grew spiritually.

  4. There is nothing worse than betraying your trust and confidence.

  5. It is a smooth and stable engagement with confidence.

  6. Our relationship here is based on trust and confidence based on common principles.

  7. It's about faith, trust, sacrifice and quality of life, though I can't prove it to you.

  8. Culture connects us, especially through small-scale trust, confidence and common interests.

  9. In order to continue the appeal of faith, belief must be understood as belief, not belief.

  10. Consumers who trust the company and lose a lot of money.

  11. As an actor, you don't know what the movie will be like when it's over, so it's great to have a lot of confidence in our abilities.

Synonyms of Trust

pin one's hopes on, certainty, commit, allow to look after, custody, conviction, have every confidence in, charge, freedom from doubt, hand over, suppose, credence, imagine, obligation, presume, pin one's faith on, duty, turn over, keeping, have confidence in, put one's trust in, believe