‘Co-Trustees Can Sue To Remove A Co-Trustee Due To Hostility’

“In the Texas Court of Appeals case, Ramirez v Rodriguez, three co-trustees used a fourth trustee to have him removed ‘due to his hostile actions: he has engaged in a pattern of creating hostility and friction that impeded and/or affects the operations of the trust’. The fourth trustee (defendant) moved to dismiss the suit, however, the court of appeals affirmed the lower court’s decision and denied the dismissal …” (more)

[Gerry W Beyer, Wills, Trusts and Estates Prof Blog, 7 August]

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