On a prior appeal in the same case, the Court of Appeal had held that Tyler’s judicial defense of the 2007 Amendment to her parents’ Trust, an amendment that she had procured through undue influence constituted a direct contest of the Trust and that Tyler lacked probable cause to defendant that amendment.  Key v. Tyler (2019) 34 Cal.App.5th 505, 510.  This opinion holds that under the clear wording of the Trust’s no contest clause, Tyler is “disinherited” and all interests given to her “under this Trust” are to be forfeited.  The forfeiture applied  not only to sums that would otherwise have been distributed to her under the original Trust agreement but also to added sums that would otherwise have been distributable to her under a valid 2003 amendment to the Trust.