A mother is deceased and there is a irevocable trust for the deceased and there are 2 co trustees. The Probate Court in Michigan has appointed a GAL to handle the disputes between the 2 co trustees. What does that new lawyer appointed do , does he or she make recomendations to the Probate Judge on how the trust questions can be answered.Also what kind of power does such a GAL have over the 2 co trustees? Can the GAL reccomend to the probate judge that the trust be dispersed and settled? Does the new GAL lawyer have any relationship with the current attorneys for the 2 co trustees?