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Typically the appointor is the person who has the power to "hire and fire" the trustee of the trust. Often the appointor will also have additional "powers" such as the ability to veto certain actions by the trustee.
The role is often seen as a protective one to prevent excesses and abuses of power by the trustee but in reality the appointor could be considered the ultimate controller of the trust. The current appointor should deal with passing control of the trust in the event the office becomes vacant whether by reason of incapacity, death or other circumstances.
We can assist by reviewing the trust documents and preparing the documents required to nominate successor appointor(s).
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