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​Reformation of a Trust for a Disabled Beneficiary

Quarles & Brady assisted a client in removing his elderly, non-responsive brother as co-trustee in a trust previously established for our client's disabled son and in substituting the son and bank as new co-trustees. The brother refused to resign and avoided being contacted so as to not receive legal notice of the impending changes. We hired a private investigator to help us notify the brother of the change in trustee designation, and the court granted a petition to modify the irrevocable trust so that our client's wishes could be carried out.

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