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Contesting a trust

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First, the answer to both of your questions depends on the applicable state law, and you didn't identify the applicable state.  Second, it's not clear what you mean by "contest a trust."  The more proper use refers to a claim that the trust is not valid (because of, e.g., failure to follow required formalities, undue influence, duress, etc.).  It is sometimes also used to describe a challenge to a trustee's action in the context of administering the trust.  It's also not clear what you mean by "contesting the trustee."

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