What does a trust protector do? Do I need one?

Posted on: November 14th, 2016

A trust protector’s duty is to make sure the trust maker’s intent is carried out. And, yes, we use trust protectors in all of our trusts to make sure changes in the law or changes in circumstances don’t frustrate the trust maker’s intent. The trust protector has the power to modify your trust to meet your wishes without hauling your loved ones into court.

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