Father passed away and had a living trust with Protection Against Dissipation of Trust Which spells out under no circumstances shall any beneficiary of Trust who if addicted to alcohol, drugs receive benefits. The trust spells out benefits will be suspended if beneficiary is addicted to alcohol/drugs and the trustee's can require beneficiary to take monthly test to prove not on alcohol/drugs up to one year and also trust to pay for hospitals, dr.etc for recovery.
The trust does not say how much time beneficiary has to get help before he/she loses benefits? or what happens to his/her share of trust if they don't company. Like does his share to his/her children or other beneficiaries. How would the we enforce my fathers wishes on the trust if the beneficiary does not comply. And if he/she dos not comply what happen to his/her benefits? looking forward to you help. Thank you Nancy
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