Trust administration is the management and oversight of all assets placed in a Trust by a Grantor (sometimes known as a Settlor), or the person(s) who are responsible for the creation of the trust instrument. The Trustees must strictly adhere to the Trust’s provisions, which includes managing all assets in the Trust, making distributions to beneficiaries, and paying any applicable taxes and expenses of Trust administration (such as attorney’s fees or CPA fees when needed)Trust administration also includes regular and complete accounting of the Trust’s expenditures and distributions.