S.E.A. 265, P.L. 221
Effective: July 1, 2019
- Defines “designated representative”, “judicial proceeding”, and “nonjudicial matter” for purposes of the trust code.
- Authorizes the establishment of legacy trusts.
- Prescribes the procedures for establishing a legacy trust and requirements for claims under a legacy trust.
- Provides that a court shall exercise jurisdiction over a legacy trust or a qualified disposition and adjudicate a case or controversy regarding the legacy trust, if the case or controversy is within the subject matter of the court.
- Adopts the uniform directed trust act, which allows for the terms of a trust to grant a person other than a trustee powerover some aspect of the trust’s administration.
- Provides that current law regarding the duties and liabilities of a trustee of a trust under the control of a third person applies to directions given to a trustee before July 1, 2019, by a person who has power under the terms of the trust to direct the trustee.
- Allows for the use of quiet trusts.
- Provides that an interested person may enter into a binding nonjudicial settlement agreement with respect to trust matters.
- Provides for nonjudicial account settlements.
Read the bill at: http://iga.in.gov/legislative/2019/bills/senate/265