direct inheritance

Definition of "direct inheritance"
  1. An outright gift of property to a person, usually affecting their standing for financial benefits like SSI or Medicaid, rather than it being placed into a trust or account
How to use "direct inheritance" in a sentence
  1. Due to her direct inheritance, her eligibility for SSI was reassessed.
  2. He chose to leave his children a direct inheritance, rather than establishing a trust.
  3. Her direct inheritance had potential implications for her Medicaid benefits.

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