This case involves the trust of an elderly woman with 3 children. Following her husband’s death, the woman engaged an attorney to prepare a trust, last wills and testaments, and related estate-planning documents. There was a provision written into the trust that prohibited the woman’s children from buying property from the trust. Five years later, after the woman’s death, 2 of her children were sued by the Trustors for attempting to violate this provision. The 2 children alleged that the attorney who prepared the trust breached her duty of care by informing the plaintiffs that they could, in fact, buy the property from the trust. It was further alleged that the attorney failed to examine the trust documents to ascertain whether the trust was subject to revocation and/or amendment.