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Trusts are often an important part of your estate plan. Selecting whom will serve as trustee is a critical decision. One option is naming a family member as trustee, but is that the right choice? It is important that you consider the following factors:
You want to be sure to choose a trustee who understands your needs and has the knowledge and time to carry out your instructions. That is why many people choose Edward Jones Trust Company. Working with our Edward Jones advisor to meet clients' financial and estate planning needs is our goal.
Edward Jones Trust Company commences service as trustee only upon formal acceptance of its appointment. Before accepting such appointment, Edward Jones Trust Company must review the documents and the assets of the trust. Such review is performed at the time Edward Jones Trust Company is called on to serve (e.g., death or resignation of prior trustee). Edward Jones Trust Company assumes no fiduciary responsibility for assets added to any trust unless it has received and formally accepted such assets.
Trust and related services are provided by Edward Jones Trust Company, an affiliate of Edward D. Jones & Co., L.P. (Edward Jones), a registered broker-dealer. Edward Jones Trust Company and Edward Jones are subsidiaries of the Jones Financial Companies, L.L.L.P. Edward Jones Trust Company may use Edward Jones or other affiliates to act as a broker-dealer for transactions or for other services. Payments of such services may be charged as an expense to the trust and will not reduce the amount of fees payable to Edward Jones Trust Company.