The grantor of a trust named as contingent beneficiaries the descendants of his first cousins, bypassing certain other relatives. In a trust construction action before the Delaware Court of Chancery, Connolly Gallagher attorneys vindicated the rights of the modern-day descendants of the grantor’s first cousins against a challenge by the bypassed relatives.
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