In our previous post, we began looking at some things to take into consideration when selecting a person to manage trust assets. As we've already mentioned, the size and complexity of trust assets can be a large factor in determining who will be the best selection. Another consideration is whether any family members would be able to perform the task of managing trust assets.
Trusts are a common instrument used in estate planning, and are very versatile. Trusts can be used for businesses, protecting children, and tax planning benefits, but regardless of the reason a trust is set up for, a trustee will have to be selected to be in charge of the trust.