Beneficiary Has TWO LAST NAMES - How Should It Be Written

Beneficiary Has TWO LAST NAMES - How Should It Be Written

Whatever the legal last name is (i.e. the name on the Driver's License), that is what is how it's written in the trust indenture.
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