An educational trust is established usually by a grandparent, parent, or other relative for the future education of a child. The person creating the trust, called the grantor or settlor, transfers a certain amount of money, securities or other income producing assets into the trust for the benefit of the child.
The grantor can provide instructions in the terms of the trust agreement regarding what conditions should exist for the trustee to make distributions for the child's benefit.
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