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On becoming a trustee one enters a relationship which is governed by rules and bounded by limits. A trustee who thinks of himself or herself as controlling the relationship is far more likely to encounter serious trouble than a trustee who recognizes that the more practical characterization is that of a faithful partner with the grantor and the beneficiaries, in fulfilling the trust’s objectives.

“What It Means to Be a Trustee: A Guide for Clients,” by the Fiduciary Matters Subcommittee of the ACTEC Practice Committee, 2005

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