Category Archives: Validity Of Trust
Can You Condition A Trust Distribution On Your Child Getting Divorced?
It is not unusual to place certain conditions on an inheritance. For example, you might include language in your will stating a child will not receive their full inheritance until they reach the age of 25. Or perhaps you create a trust that states certain funds can only be used to pay for your… Read More »
Can You Actually Leave Your Estate To Your Cat Or Dog?
One of the urban legends you often hear about in probate circles is the wealthy person who left their entire fortune to their dog–or maybe their cat. While it sounds ridiculous on its face, there are people who actually believe this is legal. Of course, it is not. While your pet may be like… Read More »
Can You Challenge the Validity of a Trust in Florida?
One of the benefits of setting up a Trust is you can avoid probate or other lengthy Court proceedings. However, having a Trust doesn’t guarantee that your family members or other beneficiaries won’t seek to challenge it. Florida allows someone to challenge a Trust just as they would a Will. If there is evidence… Read More »
The Process of Challenging a Pompano Beach Trust
Many people are familiar with contesting a Will, but challenging a Trust can also happen. Challenging a Trust can be similar to challenging a Will in some ways, but it is not easy. In fact, it can be quite difficult to challenge a Trust successfully. If you believe you have a valid reason for… Read More »