When estate planning, you need to make a number of important decisions. It can take time to come to the right decisions, and in some cases, you may have a difficult time knowing which is right. From the types of planning tools you use to the people you put in charge of your final affairs, you have a lot to consider as you detail your end-of-life wishes.
You may have already decided that your estate plan could benefit from having a trust or multiple trusts. Now, you may wonder who you should put in charge to act as the trustee after your passing. You already know who you want to act as the executor of your overall estate, and it may cross your mind to use the same person as your trustee.