Charles E. Rounds, Jr.: Benge v. Roberts: But an enforceable exculpatory clause in a trust should not always be the last word (November 1, 2020)

Charles E. Rounds, Jr. has made available for download his article, “Benge v. Roberts: But an enforceable exculpatory clause in a trust should not always be the last word,” published in JDSUPRA. The article begins as follows:

In Benge v. Roberts, No. 03-19-00719-CV, 2020 Tex. App. LEXIS 6335 (Tex. App.—Austin August 12, 2020), inception trustee allegedly commits breach of trust and dies. Successor trustees allegedly participated in breach.

Click here to view Charles E. Rounds, Jr.’s summary of “Benge v. Roberts: But an enforceable exculpatory clause in a trust should not always be the last word.”

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