Sumrell Sugg offers independent fiduciary services from experienced firm attorneys. Our attorneys can serve as personal representatives, trustees, attorneys-in-fact, and guardians. In these capacities, attorneys carry out administrative duties spelled out in various non-testamentary and testamentary instruments. They oversee the collection, management, and distribution of an individual’s assets, and file necessary documents with court officials and other agencies that have jurisdiction over fiduciaries, wills and trusts. Firm fiduciaries provide a central focal point for the coordination of other involved parties, including investment and accounting professionals.