Hope it's there this time!
Thank you so much. Your reply was very helpful but raises further questions.
The situation may be complicated by the fact that the independent administrator, acting against the expressed wishes of the family and a large majority of the major beneficiaries, took it upon himself to appoint trustees and transfer funds to the Trust.
Could it be argued that he was exceeding his responsibilities or that his actions were invalid?
If so would this be a Court matter or could his actions just be invalidated on legal grounds ior be revoked by him?
Incidentally the independent administrator was in possession of documents, notably codicils to an earlier will from which the Trust had been completely removed, which clearly indicate undue influence in respect of the Trust as well as other matters.
Could the Trustees appointed by the independent administrator now wind up the Trust and refuse the funds?
Your answers are really very important to me.
Many thanks, Sy