New York's Estates, Powers and Trusts Law

Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 4-1.1: Descent and Distribution of Decedent's Estate Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 4-1.2: Inheritance by Non-Marital Children Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 4-1.4: Disqualification of Parent to Take Intestate Share Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 4-1.5: Other Disqualifications Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 4-1.6: Disqualification of Joint Tenant in Certain Instances Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 5-1.1-A Right of Election by Surviving Spouse Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 5-1.2 Disqualification as Surviving Spouse Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 5-1.3 Revocatory Effect of Marriage After Execution of Will Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 5-1.4 Revocatory Effect of Divorce, Annulment or Declaration of Nullity, or Dissolution of Marriage on Disposition, Appointment or Other Provision in Will to Former Spouse Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.1: When Trust Interests Not to Merge Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.2: Trustee of Passive Trust to Take Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.3: Purchase-Money Resulting Trust Abolished Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.4: Purposes for Which Trust May be Created Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.5: When Trust Interest Inalienable; Exception Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.7: Interest remaining in creator of trust Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.8: Duration of trust for benefit of creditors Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.9: Revocation of trusts Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.12: Supplemental needs trust established for persons with severe and chronic or persistent disabilities Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 7-1.14: Who may make a lifetime trust Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.1 Fiduciaries’ powers Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.3 : Power And Duty Of Executor Before Probate Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.4: Validity of execution of power to sell, mortgage or lease real property Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.5: Payment of testamentary dispositions or distributive shares Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.6: Property held as fiduciary to be kept separate Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.7: Limitations on powers and immunities of executors and testamentary trustees Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.8: Power of fiduciary or custodian for fiduciary to deposit United States government and agency securities with a federal reserve bank Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.9: Power of fiduciary or custodian for fiduciary to deposit securities in a central depository Estate, Powers and Trusts, § 11-1.10: Power of fiduciary to employ a broker-dealer as custodian
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