UTC 706. Removal of trustee
(1) The settlor, a cotrustee or a beneficiary may request that a court remove a trustee, or a trustee may be removed by a court on its own motion.
(2) A court may remove a trustee if the court finds:
(a) The trustee has committed a serious breach of trust;
(b) Lack of cooperation among cotrustees substantially impairs the administration of the trust;
(c) Removal of the trustee best serves the interests of the beneficiaries because the trustee is unfit or unwilling, or has persistently failed to administer the trust effectively; or
(d) Removal of the trustee best serves the interests of all of the beneficiaries and:
(A) There has been a substantial change of circumstances or removal has been requested by all of the qualified beneficiaries;
(B) A suitable cotrustee or successor trustee is available; and
(C) The trustee fails to establish by clear and convincing evidence that removal is inconsistent with a material purpose of the trust.
(3) Pending a final decision on a request to remove a trustee, or in lieu of or in addition to removing a trustee, the court may order such appropriate relief under ORS 130.800 (UTC 1001.