Generally A Party Has No Duty to Fund A Trust

10.04.15

In Tolar v. Tolar, a husband and wife executed a trust in 2006 that named them as trustees and their children and husband's children from a previous marriage as beneficiaries. No. 12-14-00228-CV, 2015 Tex. App. LEXIS 5119 (Tex. App.—Tyler May 20, 2015, no pet. hist). The trust had an exhibit listing assets being transferred into… Continue Reading

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