Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Trustee Cannot Challenge Revocation of Inter Vivos Trust after Settlor's Death

In MacIntyre v. Wedell (4D08-754), the Fourth District held "[t]he issue in this appeal is whether a trustee may challenge the settlor’s revocation of an inter vivos revocable trust, on undue influence grounds, after the settlor’s death. We answer this question in the negative and affirm the trial court’s order dismissing the instant claim brought by appellant, Liz MacIntyre as Trustee of the Helen M. Wedrall Trust."


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