Petitions Dismissed for Failing to Disclose Changes to Trust

Petitions relating to an irrevocable trust were dismissed sua sponte, but without prejudice, when it became clear that the irrevocable trust had been “amended” and the petitioners had failed to disclose the original terms of the trust or how it had been amended, so that the court could not determine whether the purported amendment was valid. Frances S. Middleton Trust, 7 Fid.Rep.3d 187 (Montgomery Co. O.C. 2017).

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