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How may a trust be invalid?

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The most popular grounds for invalidating a trust include, one, contesting the execution of it, meaning that the dispositive provisions of the trust were not executed in conformance with Florida law, which would require two witnesses. Two, that the testator lacked the requisite mental capacity to sign the trust on the date of executive. Three, that the trust is the product of duress, coercion, or undue influence.

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