Failure To Fulfill Trust Requirements As Grounds For Trust Termination

Luke Lantta, of Bryan Cave, writes about the Michigan Court of Appeals decision in Trupp v. Naughton, in which the court suggested that the trustees have the ability to terminate a trust when the purposes of said trust have become impossible to achieve.

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Posted by Logan Davis, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.