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"I give all of my property to the trustee(s) of the [HUSBAND AND WIFE Revocable Trust], created under the declaration of trust by [HUSBAND] AND [WIFE], as Settlors and Trustees. "
Does this include assets like automobiles, homes, bank/investment/brokerage belonging only to the HUSBAND (meaning not held jointly), and not yet directly added as part of the trust. Does this constitute or substitute for a pour over will?The above clause is in the decedent Husband's will. The trust also has a clause under additions: "The titling of any account, deed, or similar asset in the name of the trustee, as trustee of this trust, or any alternate or successor trustee acting under this instrument, shall be deemed to be a transfer to this trust.". Does this mean the [WIFE] as cotrustee can add [HUSBAND NAME ONLY] assets to the joint trust after his death.