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Can I administer my relative’s trust without hiring an attorney?

There are numerous legal requirements when administering the trust and the trustee may be liable to beneficiaries if mistakes are made. We strongly recommend that the acting trustee retain a qualified attorney to advise and help them administer the trust and deal with any issues that arise.

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