EDWARD C. HALBACH, JR., Standing To Enforce Trusts: Renewing and Expanding Professor Gaubatz's 1984 Discussion of Settlor Enforcement, 62 University of Miami Law Review 713 (April 2008)

One of the most important considerations in litigation against trustees is whether a beneficiary has standing to challenge the actions of the trustee. Practitioners recognize that a current income beneficiary has standing to challenge a trustee's actions. But the answer is not as certain for contingent remaindermen. In Edward C. Halbach, Jr.'s article, he does an excellent job discussing this difficult

One of the most important considerations in litigation against trustees is whether a beneficiary has standing to challenge the actions of the trustee. Practitioners recognize that a current income beneficiary has standing to challenge a trustee's actions. But the answer is not as certain for contingent remaindermen. In Edward C. Halbach, Jr.'s article, he does an excellent job discussing this difficult issue, and concluding that standing exists for many contingent remaindermen.

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