Co-trustees and beneficiaries battled over whether a trust—whose grantor had formed it with the primary goal of funding tuitions for her grandchildren—should indeed fund those tuitions. Connolly Gallagher attorneys were part of a team of lawyers achieving a settlement for their client (a co-trustee and proponent of funding tuitions as the grantor intended), resulting in a division of the trust between family groups.
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