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Does a living trust supercede a later will that a non-family

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Does a living trust supercede a later will that a non-family person may have talked a parent into obtaining for there personal gain?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  legaleagle replied 7 years ago.
A living trust is not superceded by any later will unless the person who established the trust disolves it. A will can not change or void a trust that is properly set up. The later will can only make bequeaths of property that was not put in the living trust.
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