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Good morning. No, it is not possible and he can not do this. The will, which your grandmother made, will control. By that, I mean his obligation and fiduciary duty is to carry out her wishes and if your inheritance is in a trust, he shall be given to you according to the terms and conditions, once you reach 30. Unless there is something that allows him to withhold money if you take off college, he can be as mad as he wants but can not remove you from the will, change the will or withhold your money. He has a legal obligation to carry out her wishes.
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