A pour-over will is a legal document used in estate planning. Unlike a traditional will, it does not reflect someone's wishes with regard to the posthumous allocation of assets to family or charity. Instead, it ensures that any undesignated assets remaining when someone dies are channeled into an existing trust.
Meredith VanderWilt is a member of the Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation practice at Polsinelli. She has been working in employee benefits for six years. She focuses her practice on a variety of employee benefits matters, including the design and implementation of qualified plans, health and welfare plans, and non-qualified compensation arrangements, as well as compliance with the Internal Revenue Code, ERISA, COBRA, HIPAA and PPACA.
State Bar of Texas
Leadership Academy, 2014-2015
American Bar Association
Employee Benefits Committee of the Tax Section
Defined Benefit Plan Subcommittee
Assistant Vice-Chair, 2013-2016
Dallas Bar Association
Southwest Benefits Association
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