McNemar Law Offices, P.C.

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Trust Administration

Although it is generally easier to administer a Revocable Living Trust as successor Trustee than it is to serve as Personal Representative of a probate estate, A Trustee still holds a high fiduciary duty to the trust beneficiaries. You may wish to have legal advice to help you with the final administration of the trust. For example, the Arizona Trust Code requires that you provide notice to the trust beneficiaries when you become trustee of someone’s trust. We can help you by advising you of all of the steps that you are legally required to take as a Trustee and assisting you in fulfilling your fiduciary duties.

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