There was a time when trusts were mostly used by affluent people to pass down their wealth without incurring tax obligations. Today, a trust can easily be found in an average person’s estate plan. There are several different trusts that are employed for accomplishing a number of goals and one of the most common is a family trust. Like any other trust, trustee must be appointed in a family trust to oversee that trust is properly administered. Sometimes circumstances arise where the creator of the trust or the beneficiaries want to take the trustee out of the trust. You might wonder whether the trustee can be removed or not. Well, under some circumstances, the trustee can be taken out. Let’s dive deeper into the discussion to clear the air.