Every trust needs a trustee. Most often, the clients that form the trusts serve as trustees or co-trustees until they are no longer able to do so. At that point, someone else must step up and manage the affairs of the trust for the benefit of the beneficiaries.
There are three viable options for your successor trustee.
Friends and/or Family
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