Wills Trusts & Estates keyed to Dukeminier
In re Estate of Gilbert
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Peter Gilbert created a discretionary trust in benefit of his children. Lester Gilbert, one of Gilbert’s sons, was a beneficiary. Because of his religious beliefs, he chose to renounce his interest in the trust. The executor and the testator’s minor grandchildren sought to have the renunciation declared invalid.
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