Administrator of Settlor’s Estate Has Standing in Action for Temporary Trustee

The administrator of the deceased settlor’s estate has standing to request the appointment of a temporary trustee when the trust was for the settlor’s benefit during his lifetime, the estate may have assets within the real properties held in the trust, and the settlor had been contesting the validity of the trust, but the request for a temporary fiduciary was denied when the trustee has engaged counsel and a property manager in order to properly manage the properties.  Altemose Trust, 7 Fid.Rep.3d 99 (O.C. Monroe Co. 2016).

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