Jenna Rubin discusses the opinion of “In re Guardianship of Mount”.
Read his short analysis here:
In this short opinion, the Court was asked to consider whether a guardianship court could compel the co-trustees of a ward’s revocable trust to return assets to the guardianship. The Court held that unless an action was commenced by the guardianship against the co-trustees, the Ward’s beneficial interest in the trust did not give the guardianship court the authority to override the decisions of the co-trustees in the management of the trust.
Posted by Pooja Shivaprasad, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal