Written by attorney Andrew T. Peebles

Reasons to Use a Trust Protector

A trust protector (not to be confused with a trustee) is an individual selected by the settlor of a trust to represent the settlor’s interests in making trust decisions that the settlor is unable to make due to death or incapacity. This guide gives reasons why using a trust protector may be useful.

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