Ted is back.
You thought he was gone, didn't you? You thought that Primo sending him some of the money Ted wanted - not the $875 a ticket for the frequent flier tickets - but some of it - would be enough to get Ted to shut. up.
You would think that being reimbursed to attend his own father's funeral would be enough for Ted.
Oh but you would be wrong.
Ted informed Primo that he would send him a "tally" (Ted loves that word) of Ted'sSon's school expenses.
We are talking junior high and high school. Not college.
In Ted's defense, he and his wife had to send their son to a private school because he had educational needs that could not be addressed by the public schools. So there is that.
The function of the trust is for current and future expenses. The trust lasts until the grandkids turn 30. Ted'sSon is 19, I think. Is it possible that there might be future expenses that Ted'sSon might want to incur in the next 30 years? Shouldn't Ted'sSon get a chance to ask for money from the trust?