2016 Wyoming Code
TITLE 4 - TRUSTS
CHAPTER 10 - UNIFORM TRUST CODE
ARTICLE 4 - CREATION, VALIDITY, MODIFICATION AND TERMINATION OF TRUST
SECTION 4-10-402 - Title of trust property.
4-10-402. Title of trust property.
(a) Property transferred to a trust shall be titled:
(i) If it is real property, in accordance with W.S. 34-2-122; and
(ii) If it is personal property, in:
(A) The name of the current trustee as the trustee of such trust;
(B) The name of "the trustee" as the trustee of such trust;
(C) The name of the nominee of the trustee; or
(D) The name of the trust.
(b) Any reference to the trustee shall be deemed to include any successor or substitute trustee serving from time to time.
(c) Any property of a husband and wife that is held by them as tenants by the entireties pursuant to W.S. 34-1-140 and conveyed to their joint revocable or irrevocable trusts, or to their separate revocable or irrevocable trusts, shall have the same immunity from the claims of their separate creditors as it would if it had remained held by the entireties, so long as:
(i) They are both living and remain as husband and wife;
(ii) The property continues to be held in the trust or trusts for their benefit; and
(iii) The trust instrument, deed or other instrument of conveyance transferring the property to the trust or trusts provides that this subsection shall apply to the property and any proceeds resulting from the sale or disposition thereof.
(d) After the death of the first of the husband and wife to die, all property held in trust that was immune from the claims of the decedent's separate creditors under subsection (c) of this section immediately prior to the decedent's death shall continue to have the same immunity from the claims of the decedent's separate creditors as would have existed if the husband and wife had continued to hold the property conveyed in trust, or its proceeds, as tenants by the entirety.
(e) Nothing in this section shall be construed to limit or otherwise alter the authority granted to the department of health to assert a claim against an estate under W.S. 42-4-206 or to file a lien under W.S. 42-4-207 as could be asserted against a tenancy by the entirety established in accordance with W.S. 34-1-140.
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