One of the many important decisions to make when constructing an estate plan is determining who will serve in the role of trustee. Because a trustee will have control over assets, typically for many years, choosing the wrong trustee can thwart a client's best laid plans.
Surprisingly, however, many clients do not give sufficient thought to this pivotal role. Here are three factors that your clients should consider when making this important decision:
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