The Trust Protector is a powerful modern trust law tool, often used in conjunction with a Directed Trust, which delivers far more control to settlors of trusts, beneficiaries, and their advisors than ever before. Appointing a trusted advisor as a Trust Protector allows the settlor, beneficiaries, and their advisors to control and modify many important aspects of trust administration, including the power to direct the trustee with respect to investment management, jurisdiction, and trust distributions.

For a more detailed explanation of this concept, watch the short video below.

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