"Bringing Down the Prince": Issues Presented with Removing and Defending Trustees

November 2013
Journal of the Missouri Bar;Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 69 Issue 6, p356
The article discusses various legitimate reasons seeking the removal of trustees from trusts and other benefits under the terms and conditions of the trusts in Missouri including poor trustee communication, results of poor investment, and poor judgment skills. It informs that a trustee can be removed by the court on the request of a settlor, a co-trustee, or a qualified beneficiary under consideration of the provisions of the Missouri Uniform Trust Code (MUTC).


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