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Sample WY Estate Planning Cases
... terms. Czapla v. Grieves, 549 P.2d 650 (Wyo.1976). Furthermore, it is contended that a failure of the courts to give full recognition to the terms of these Trusts will frustrate Mildred Garwood's estate planning scheme. Moreover ...
... her property. In order to avoid this, Jedrzejewski, of her own volition, decided to deed her house to Bierma. Bierma understood that deeding the house to her was only an estate planning mechanism. Jedrzejewski would maintain ...
... Continuing, the district court found: 6. In 2005, [Brinckerhoff] began to do some estate planning. ... In 2005, when the Trust was created and funded, Mr. Brinckerhoff was 68 years old. At that age, estate planning is certainly an acceptable reason to transfer property. ...
... He wanted to do this for two reasons—1) he was estranged from his wife and did not want her to be able to make a claim to the property; and 2) as part of his estate planning, he wanted the property to pass to Leroy by operation of law without going through probate. ...
... [¶ 39] The district court stated the issue as: "Whether public policy prevents a decedent from using a trust as an estate planning tool to disinherit a spouse including a spouse's elective share." The district court specifically rejected Poland's public policy arguments. ...
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