A provision in a trust instrument saying the trust is irrevocable, or the irrevocable nature of a trust because of the death of the settlor, may, in 2021, be a mere minor impediment to making changes to the trust. Furthermore, a surviving spouse or beneficiaries who are unhappy with the terms of a decedent's estate plan may launch a frontal assault on the plan. There are steps that can be taken to prevent or dissuade frivolous or vengeful actions by disgruntled parties and to help ensure a client's carefully constructed estate plan is preserved intact. This teleconference will highlight the following strategies:
- Trust Instrument Provisions Designed Specifically to Limit Decanting and Changes Under the Uniform Trust Code and Similar Laws
- Marital and Cohabitation Agreements
- Drafting and Enforcing No Contest Clauses
- Mediation and Arbitration Provisions
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