Yes, Randall will be available for ongoing consultation, however, you don't really need Randall to answer a thing like that, because you would administer your affairs pretty much the same as you would without the trust. The only difference is you are doing it in the name of the trust. Otherwise the rest of your individual, business, commercial, and investment affairs are the same. The only time you would need to consult Randall is if it specifically pertains to any aspects of the trust that are perhaps not already covered in the trust manual.
Would Mr. Randall help us to understand how payouts for our employees will be taken care of, in a precise, timely and safe way?
Modified on: Wed, 22 Jul, 2015 at 6:50 PM
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