The practice of trust administration is undergoing a metamorphosis. In ways that are similar to the modernization of trust investment practices in the 1990s (in response to the widespread adoption of the prudent investor rule), the administration of trusts is responding to a wide range of legislative and demographic changes, which are altering fundamental fiduciary practices. These changes include trust modification (facilitated by the wide adoption of trust decanting statutes); ...

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