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Our daughter is our executor. We are wondering if we can change the person who would inherit her share, to someone else instead.
Would this change our 5-year look back in the trust, if we were to do this?
My Irrevocable Medicaid trusts allow you to change the beneficiaries of the trust at any time, usually limited to your issue (i.e. children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren). Changing the beneficiary has no effect on the 5 year look back.
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