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In the state of Florida does the trustree of a trust have to

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In the state of Florida does the trustree of a trust have to register his or her name to be
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There is no formal "registration" required of a trustee in order to be considerd a valid agent of a trust. Trusts are completely private documents and operate outside the court or probate system unless the trust has been set up by the court. As private documents, the trustee is legally appointed once they sign the trust agreement and it is notarized agreeing to serve as trustee.
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