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Our clients are warned not to make handwritten changes to the trust instrument, and the recent case of Pena v Dey illustrates why:

Summary: Where the trust expressly required that amendments be made by a signed writing, handwritten interlineations on a trust instrument did not constitute a valid amendment because they were not signed.   

Full case summary here.

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