Court Held That The Term "Spouse" In A Trust Meant The Primary Beneficiary's Wife At The Time Of The Trust's Execution And Not A Subsequent Wife

01.03.21

In Ochse v. Ochse, a mother created a trust that provided that the trustee was authorized to make distributions to her son and the son's spouse. No. 04-20-00035-CV, 2020 Tex. App. LEXIS 8922 (Tex. App.—San Antonio November 18, 2020, no pet. history). At the time of the trust's execution, the son was married to his... Continue Reading

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