Drafting trust protector provisions is complex and attorneys should take great care to include the powers – and only those powers – that the attorney believes will be suitable given the scope and sophistication of a client’s estate plan. We encourage experienced estate planning attorneys to consider referencing the following drafting resources to tailor trust protector provisions for their clients.
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Individuals must always work with experienced estate planning attorneys to design and implement legal strategies that are suitable for their specific situation.