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As long as you are honest about theses chain of events if and when the issue arises, then there would be no reason for you to be in any legal trouble. I suppose that your sister could challenge the amendment under grounds of it being signed under undue influence; but since you are not receiving any more from the trust than you would have before the amendment and since it is your sister's two daughters that become the new beneficiaries of your sister's 50%, then your sister would have a hard time winning any such challenge.
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