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. These clauses are not permissible in all instances or in all states.

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Reference: No-Contest Clause