In a case known as Andersen v. Hunt, a settlor had established a family trust naming his children as sole remainder beneficiaries with the help of his wife. After his wife died, however, he remarried and had a serious stroke all within years of one another. After the stroke and his remarriage, he amended his… Continue reading →
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