Small Business Legal Expert Scott Carlyon Publishes New Blog Discussing The Possibility Of Naming Multiple Trustees To Manage A Trust

Scott Carlyon, Founder of the Law Office of R. Scott Carlyon, P.C., reviews the advantages of appointing multiple trustees to oversee a trust.

San Antonio, TX – May 4, 2011 – Scott Carlyon, Founder of the Law Office of R. Scott Carlyon, P.C., recently published a blog on his website ( covering the use of “specialized” trustees to oversee elements of a trust. The blog, titled “Do You Need More Than One Trustee?” gives specific examples in which appointing more than one trustee could reduce conflicts of interest involving trust management. 

Scott Carlyon writes, “Today, trusts are often expected to invest aggressively and successfully in a much more complex market.  They may be subject to far more tax, compliance and regulatory requirements.  And they may have to provide not for a single beneficiary but for a range of family members or generations, who may have conflicting interests.”

Scott Carlyon specializes in providing legal help for small and mid-sized businesses. His combination of legal knowledge and business experience gives him unique insight into the workings of business law.

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About Scott Carlyon:

Scott Carlyon founded The Law Office of R. Scott Carlyon, P.C. in 1992. The firm has served its clients primarily in the areas of Real Estate Law, Estate Planning, Wealth Preservation, Probate, Businesses Law, and Litigation related to these areas of law; practicing in the state and federal courts of Bexar County, Texas, and also in the cities and counties immediately surrounding San Antonio and Bexar County.

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