Acknowledgment of Disclosure Regarding Attorney or Relative of Attorney as Trustee (Florida)

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This template should be utilized when an attorney is in the process of drafting or overseeing the execution of a trust instrument that appoints either the attorney or a relative of the attorney as trustee. It should be used to confirm that the necessary disclosures were provided to the trust creator prior to the trust instrument being executed, otherwise the attorney (or their relative) may not be eligible for compensation for acting as trustee, or may be seen as having breached the Florida ethics rules.
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