I am successor trustee to my dad's revocable trust.
His lawyer says he can "fire" me from that position without even letting me know.
Is there a legal obligation for them to notify me (or inform me upon request) if I am terminated as successor trustee?
2 Answers from Attorneys
Unless the trust is non revocable, the maker can always revise.
The terms of the trust control. Have it reviewed to determine what rights of termination exist. I agree with Mr. Slater that the maker of a revocable trust can always revise it and change trustees.