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X. FUNDING THE TRUST
A. Funding by grantor who is not the beneficiary.
A grantor can fund a trust with any type of property, including bank accounts,
stocks, bonds, real estate, personal property and insurance proceeds (see next section).
Sample Language for Supplemental Needs Trusts
The trust document will usually state that specific property has been transferred to and
accepted by the trustee, to show that the trust is in effect, but property can be added to the
trust at any time, and the trust can provide for addition of property by other persons.
The Grantor by this agreement transfers and delivers to the Trustee, in
trust, the property set out in Schedule A, which is attached to this Trust
Agreement. The Trustee by this agreement acknowledges receipt of that
Additional assets may be transferred at any time to the Trust by the
Grantor or other persons, by will or otherwise, provided that the transfer is
acceptable to the Trustee. Any assets transferred to the Trust and accepted
by the Trustee shall become part of the Trust Estate and be subject to all
terms and provisions of this Trust document.