pour-over

adjective
\ˈpōr-ˌō-vər\

Legal Definition of pour-over 

(Entry 1 of 3)

: providing for or creating the transfer of property in a decedent's estate or a trust to a pour-over trust a pour-over provision a pour-over bequest — see also pour-over trust at trust, pour-over will at will

pour-over

noun

Legal Definition of pour-over (Entry 2 of 3)

: an act or instance of pouring over also : a provision especially in a will that calls for estate assets to be transferred to a pour-over trust

pour over

intransitive verb

Legal Definition of pour over (Entry 3 of 3)

: to be conveyed from an estate or trust to another trust broadly : to be transferred as a residue or surplus the remainder of the estate will pour over to a charitable trust

transitive verb

: to cause to be conveyed especially to a pour-over trust

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