Legacy trust.

Authors: Senator Brent Steele, Senator Rodric Bray


Provides that a protective provision in a legacy trust prevents a creditor of the settlor from satisfying a claim from the settlor's interest in the trust estate when the settlor is also a beneficiary of the trust. Authorizes the establishment of legacy trusts. Prescribes the procedures for establishing a legacy trust. Bars most claims against a legacy trust. Permits claims against a legacy trust for certain fraudulent transfers, to enforce certain child support orders, and to enforce certain orders for the division of property with respect to a dissolution of marriage or a legal separation. Provides immunity to the trustees and advisers of legacy trusts and the professionals involved in establishing legacy trusts. Provides that the rule against perpetuities does not apply to legacy trusts. Authorizes a trustee to provide notice or deliver documents electronically in accordance with an agreement between the trustee and the recipient for electronic delivery of the notice or other documents.