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Hi Socrateaser, I am headed down the home stretch maybe starting

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Hi Socrateaser,
I am headed down the home stretch maybe starting tomorror with a cilil litigator.We have a 15 page TRO priliminary injunction on the assets of the truast .If the Judge rules against we immeadiatly go to the appellate court.Lets say I lose again.

The trust is a contract.The c ontract my sisters have signed say after taxes and expenses pay out the principal to the benificiaries.This should have happened on 7/15/2008.So if they turn down the injunction can I force them to paay me 1/3rd.I might be wrong but I dont think the Judge can make it conditionally for signing off the trust as a plaintiff.There is nothing in the trust that says iof one of the triustees kis sued by a benificiary after my demise that they are allowed to hold off distribution of the trust
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  socrateaser replied 6 years ago.

You can't force the trustees to pay, unless you dismiss the case against the trust, so that the trustees know what to distribute to who.


Hope this helps.


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