In California, a Settlor can limit the liability of a Trustee by including Trust provisions that make the Trustee liable only in the event he acts recklessly or with gross negligence.  That may not sound significant, but it can have a devastating result when a beneficiary is trying to hold a Trustee accountable for his actions in managing the Trust estate.  In this video, Keith Davidson describes the Trustee exculpation problem.

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