Revocable Trust Article 6 B states:
"If there are any beneficiaries, who are under the age of 30 at the time they become entitled to a share of the Trust Estate, the Trustee shall retain their share in trust and pay to or apply for the benefit of the beneficiary, as much of the net income and principal of the trust share as the Trustee in the Trustee's discretion considers necessary for the beneficiary's proper support, health, maintenance, and education at an accredited academic institution, considering to the extent the Trustee considers advisable any other income or resources known to the Trustee for that beneficiary. When the beneficiary has attained the age of 30, the Trustee shall distribute the remaining assets of the trust share, free of trust, to the beneficiary."
This means the trustee can withhold up to age 30. However, the trustee can give the child beneficiary all the funds before age 30, if they deem it appropriate. By giving the trustee discretion and flexibility, it provides for the best result is obtained.