If you have been named as a successor trustee after a loved one has passed, it is not unusual to feel overwhelmed and confused about your duties as a trustee. We can guide you through the process and make sure that you provide the necessary notices, deal with property appropriately, protect the trust assets, and protect yourself from liability. At Shepston Law Firm, we are also able to serve as your Successor Trustee in the event that you do not wish to nominate a family member or friend but find Corporate Trustees to be “too corporate.” We will discuss all your options so you can make an informed decision as to what path you wish to take.
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