A trust protector is the person tasked with monitoring activities carried out by a trustee or trustees. As such, they have several duties, all of which are meant to ensure proper management of the trust. In addition to having certain responsibilities, the person chosen as trust protector may have certain powers.
Ed Moomjian is a litigation attorney whose practice focuses on complex employment litigation, employment/HR counseling, complex/commercial litigation, trade secret/intellectual property litigation, and creditor/bankruptcy litigation. In his 20 years of practicing law, Ed also has also obtained substantial experience in prosecuting and defending class actions, and is a contributing author to the leading class action treatise, Newberg On Class Actions (4th ed. 2003). He is “AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated” through the Martindale Hubbell® PEER REVIEW RATINGS™ Process. Ed is a former law clerk to Hon. Thomas C. Kleinschmidt of the Arizona Court of Appeals. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Ed worked as a Mechanical Engineer in both the aerospace and electronic medical device industries
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