My belief is that you are wasting your time, as legally your wife can challenge the will at any time after your death. Though your wife will have the best interest of the child, they tend to like to hang onto any assets or cash, until they feel it's time too hand it over.mondaymorningquarterback wrote:Brittanny, I was told by a lawyer an infant has to have more than 1 trustee. I will get a second opinion on that.
Mad, an executor is someone who represents me. When I bequeath an asset to my baby he will need representation. I am asking if 1 trustee is enough for the baby under my will, to represent him in the event of my death. The first trustee will be his mother, who is naturally a guardian. I am having a hard time finding a 2nd trustee.
I also do not want to leave any doubt as to who make decisions for my child because his mother will have his best interest at heart. That's why I am inclined to not have a 2nd trustee to interfere(for lack of a better word) in my child's life.
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