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How may a trust be invalid?

How may a trust be invalid? | Metnick, Levy & Dyson | Let Us Be Your Solution | 1-(800) MYATTORNEY | | 15300 Jog Road, Suite 103, Delray Beach, Florida 33446 | (561)498-9979 A trust can be invalid in several ways. The first way it can be invalid is if it wasn't signed with all the formalities required under Florida law. The includes having the proper number of witnesses and have the witnesses do the proper things. The next way it can be invalid is if it has only one trustee and that same trustee is also the only beneficiary. A trust like that is invalid on it's face. The last way a trust can be invalid is that if the trustee has nothing to do. A trustee has to serve certain functions in order for a trust to be valid.