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Hi I'm Dan Krause and today I want to talk a little bit about trustee duties and what do you need to do when you're a trustee. Specifically I want to talk about a very important document that you will need called a certification of trust. So once again my name is Dan Krause, I am an estate planning and elder law attorney and I practice in Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota. Now these rules that I'm talking about apply in at least 36 states although they're applied differently in each state and when I say 36 I mean the states that have adopted the uniform trust code. Now I know New York as will be a 37th if they pass it. It has been introduced so a majority of the states go by the uniform trust code. So if you are a trustee if someone has passed away and they had a trust and you are the trustee and you need to take over and do the things that the trustee needs to do or a person has passed on to you a trust that needs to be managed and you are the trustee one...