Trust Reformation Was Not A Remedy For Failing To Complete An Estate Plan

Luke Lantta, of Bryan Cave, writes about the Appeals Court of Massachusetts’ decision in Lesanto v. Lesanto (Rule 1:28 decision), which reminds us that certain requirements must be met to reform a trust, contrasting the Lesanto case with several recent cases in which Massachusetts courts have permitted trust modification.

See full article at: Trust Reformation Was Not A Remedy For Failing To Complete An Estate Plan | Bryan Cave Fiduciary Litigation

Posted by Lewis J. Saret, Co-General Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.

 

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