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I heard from a friend who has a Revocable Living Trust for his home , an Irrevocable Trust for other assets ( real estate rentals ) , and a Mei - Cal protection trust , that his attorney inserted a provision for a Trust Protector , in case of disputes amongst heirs . The 3rd party Trust Protector has all kinds of powers ( charge fees to review any and all docs but is indemnified from any action or inaction ) . There are 3 heirs and one son is the Administrative Trustee . My friend the Administrative Trustee was told this Trust protector and having a Distribution Trustee other than himself was required otherwise there would be tax implications . In this set up , is it required to have a Trust Protector and have the Armin Trustee different than the Distribution Trustee ?