Four Things You Should Know About No Contest Clauses

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Beneficiaries and trustees of a trust have the power to contest a trust’s validity. This can happen when a beneficiary thinks that mismanagement, errors or manipulation have violated the spirit of that trust. If the person creating the trust (i.e., commonly referred to as the “Settlor” or “Grantor” of the … Read More

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When is Contesting a Trust the Right Decision?

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If you suspect that someone has manipulated your loved one’s will or trust, you may need to take legal action. Unfortunately, contesting a trust is difficult without the help of an experienced Pasadena trust litigation lawyer. Your lawyer can discuss the legal options available and help determine if contesting … Read More

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