Any net income that is not spent in this way can be accumulated from time to time and added to the capital. “While there are no established written rules on the need for rewording, it is usually sufficient for a simple fiduciary change when the changes are minimal, for example.B. 1) Adding or removing certain legacies, 2) Changing who will be a descendant, or 3) updating the legal name of a beneficiary or descendant due to marriage or divorce. On the other hand, if the changes the Trustmaker wishes to make are significant, such as 1) adding a new spouse as a beneficiary, 2) completely caring for a beneficiary or 3) from distributions to family members to distributions to a charity (or vice versa), a complete reformulation should be considered. . . .