So what I need is a binding legal document that outlines the following. A few years ago my girlfriend decided to start sending me money through a bank app for me to hold/save for her. The reason why she started doing this was because she had a hard time saving money and an active spending habit. She figured that if she gave the money to me it was "out of sight, out of mind" and I can save it for her. So she would send me money, it would land in my checking account, and I would then transfer it to my savings (which also included my saved funds). I kept detailed records so we always knew the exact amount she had out of the total in my savings account. This went on for about 3 years (from 9/2016 - 10/2018), and she amassed a little over $36k in my savings account. I never used that money for anything, it wasn't a loan, it wasn't put towards bills, it was just transferred into my savings for her. Towards the end of 2018 she started saving her own money and stopped sending me money, but wanted to keep the money in my account "just in case". Now a year later she is almost done with school and will have student loans to pay back etc and would like her money back from me in a lump sum. Which is not a problem, we are in total agreement on the amount and I have no issue giving it to her. But I would like a legal doc drawn up, if possible, to outline this so that way this lump sum transfer, should it ever be looked at, is not seen as a loan, a gift from me to her, no one is fraudulently trying to hide or move around money, etc. Is this possible? Would it be not only legally binding, but protect us/help us should the IRS or anyone else ask questions? If so I would like this document drawn up and I can provide whatever other information that you need to do so. Thank you.
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Dear sir, You have a Settlor-Trustee relationship with your girlfriend. I am a lawyer that specializes in corporate law and I would be delighted to help you out with this. Regards, Danish