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Hello, I will try to help you. Please remember I just report or interpret the law, so the outcome may not be what you hoped for. The grounds for terminating or modifying a trust in TX is based on the common law doctrine of deviation. A court can modify or terminate a trust if it determines that compliancewith the terms of the trust is impossible,illegal, impractical or inexpedient, orthat owing to circumstances not known to the settlor and not anticipated by him, compliance would defeat or substantially impair the accomplishment of the purpose of the trust. The governing statute is TX statute 112.054. The court has the power to modify or terminate the trust in a number of different ways. From your post it seems that your issues relate to the trust creator interfering with the trust's activities. However, since the creator has no authority over the trust I do not see why the court would intervene.
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