2010 Tennessee Code
Title 31 - Descent And Distribution
Chapter 1 - General Provisions
31-1-105 - Fraudulent conveyance to defeat share voidable.

31-1-105. Fraudulent conveyance to defeat share voidable.

Any conveyance made fraudulently to children or others, with an intent to defeat the surviving spouse of the surviving spouse's distributive or elective share, is, at the election of the surviving spouse, includable in the decedent's net estate under § 31-4-101(b), and voidable to the extent the other assets in the decedent's net estate are insufficient to fund and pay the elective share amount payable to the surviving spouse under § 31-4-101(c).

[Acts 1976, ch. 529, § 1; 1977, ch. 25, §§ 4, 5; T.C.A., §§ 31-105, 31-616; Acts 2002, ch. 735, § 4.]  

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