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Need Help Choosing a Trustee?

November 10, 1998

If you have questions or ideas about choosing a trustee or would like advice on how to choose one, we'd like to hear from you for help with a special Money Make-Over column on the topic. A trustee is a person or institution you can designate in wills and trusts to handle your affairs if you are incapacitated or after your death.

Deciding whether you need a trustee and choosing one will be the first of several focused alternatives to the regular Money Make-Over column The Times will publish in Wall Street, California pages.

If you have ideas or need advice about choosing a trustee, or want to suggest a subject for future focused make-over columns, please send your questions or comments along with your name, age, occupation and phone number to Money Make-Over, Business Section, Los Angeles Times, Times Mirror Square, Los Angeles, CA 90053, or e-mail to business@latimes.com, with "Money Make-Over" as the subject.

We will use all responses to shape the new columns but regret we cannot respond to all inquiries.

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