Trust Administration

Our office can guide in your in your role as trustee in the administration of a trust. We understand Trust Law and the wide range of duties and responsibilities involved in administering the trust, the required statutory notice requirements, payment of expenses and distribution to heirs as directed by the trust.

Trust Administration

A trust is a relationship where property is held by one party for the betterment of another.

Trusts created by one party, who transfers some or all of their property to a trustee. The trustee holds that property for the trust’s beneficiaries. Trusts have existed since acient times and have become the mainstay of property law.

Trustees may be an person, a business, or public identity, there may be one or many co-trustees.

The trust is regulated by the details under which it was created. In most situations, a contract agreement or deed.

Trust Law as defined by Wikipedia.