“Living” Trust Administration

When a Grantor (creator) of a Revocable Trust is physically or mentally incapable of managing his or her financial affairs, typically the Grantor will resign as trustee and the Successor Trustee (named in the Trust Agreement) steps in to manage the Grantor’s affairs.

Chamberlin Little P.C. has experience representing Successor Trustees and assisting them with the unique administration issues that arise while caring for a loved one at the end of life. Additionally, attorney Rebecca C. Little has experience acting as Successor Trustee, and as such provides an alternative for the family who wants a non-family member to act as Successor Trustee but whose estate is not large enough for a bank or trust company to act, or a bank or trust company is not a good fit for other reasons.