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PROBATE & PROPERTY NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2007 45 Clients sometimes want to appoint a particular trustee for a trust but also want to have a cotrusstee adviser, committee, or protector (not the trustee) control certain trust decisions. For example, if a trustor funds an inter vivos trust with stock in the family company, he or she might want to continue to make decisiion regarding the purchase, sale, and voting of such stock. Similarly, a family that has a long-standing relationshhi with a successful...

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