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A Trust Protector is an independent person appointed under a trust instrument by the grantor (creator) of a trust with responsibilities and powers regarding very specific aspects of the trust.

Although the concept of a Trust Protector (previously referred to as “Trust Advisor”) has been a part of U.S. trust law for many years, it gained popularity within the last thirty years as  many ultra-high net worth Americans established off-shore trusts in what were often tiny island nation-states.


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