Questiоn 4. Tоm is 83 yeаrs оld аnd he hаs two children, Sandy and Donna. Sandy is married with children. Donna is single with one child, Linda, with her ex-boyfriend who has sole custody. Sandy visits Tom frequently and on a regular basis, taking him to doctor's appointments, for visits with her family, and just out and about spending time with him. She helps him with his bills and finances. Donna, on the other hand, has for years been fighting an opioid addiction that she developed as a result of prescription pain killers following a serious injury and she has a gambling addiction. Donna has been in and out of rehab and has several credit cards and payday loans. Tom does not wish to give her means to access illegal drugs or to continue her gambling habits. Tom desires to do the right thing, but he is concerned about Donna's drug and gambling habits. Sandy suggests to her Dad that he leave a gift in trust for Donna, provided Donna demonstrates that she is drug free for a continuous period of five years beginning with the date of the trust. When Donna learns of this suggestion, she protests saying that it is unfair because it is so hard to kick the habit. Nonetheless, Tom likes Sandy's suggestion and goes to his attorney to create a trust. The trust states: "The trustee shall manage and distribute the trust's property for my benefit for my lifetime, and upon my death, my trustee shall distribute one-half to my daughter, Sandy, or her heirs by right of representation, and the other half shall be retained in trust for my daughter, Donna, or for her heirs by right of representation, provided, however, that this share is given on the condition that no distribution shall be made to a rightful beneficiary unless and until he or she demonstrates that he or she has been free of all illicit drugs for a continuous period of five years from this date forward. My trustee shall have full discretion as to when, to whom and in what amounts distributions shall be made on the aforesaid condition." The trust is silent about spendthrift provisions and does not name a trustee. Tom signs and funds the trust. Tom dies the next day. Two years after Tom's death, Donna had been free of all illicit drugs and had been paying her court-ordered child support for Linda, but still struggled with her gambling addiction and did not pay her debts on time. In the third year after Tom's death, Donna relapsed and again used illicit drugs. Sandy, who was named as an authorized user on the trust's financial accounts, has made distributions to herself for her one-half share from the trust. Sandy now claims that Donna has forfeited the bequest left to her in the trust, and that the remaining trust share should be distributed to Sandy. Linda's father is seeking access to the trust funds for Linda's support. Donna's creditors have obtained judgments against her for the debts and are seeking access to the trust funds to satisfy the judgments. Is the trust valid? Explain Who has what rights under the trust? Explain Who is the trustee? Explain
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