A trustee of a trust, under Washington law, in addition to the authority otherwise given by law, has discretionary power to acquire, invest, reinvest, exchange, sell, convey, control, divide, partition, and manage the trust property in accordance with the standards provided by law, and in doing so may, among other things, vote trust securities in person or by proxy with power of substitution; and enter into voting trusts.

(The above shall not be construed as specific legal advice and is intended for general information purposes only)