No-Contest Clause

A clause in a last will and testament or trust which provides that in the event a beneficiary sues the estate or trust, he or she will lose any beneficial interests to which he or she would otherwise be entitled. No-contest clauses are sometimes referred to as in terrorem clauses. These clauses are not enforceable in all instances or in all states.

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Reference: No-Contest Clause