GPs vary in their size and experience but no GP is likely to have all the internal resources necessary to deal with every possible matter for which it is or becomes responsible.
The establishment of a fund and its operation frequently involve specialist considerations in many jurisdictions.
A GP should obtain appropriate specialist and technical advice in order to carry out its duties. Legal, tax and accountancy advice will almost always be necessary and sometimes other specialist consultants (e.g. environmental, scientific, social and technological) may be required.