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Revocable Living Trust Amendment Form


Revocable Living Trust Amendment Form
Revocable Living Trust Amendment Form
Revocable Living Trust Amendment
Unlike a Will, a living trust is controlled by contract law rather than by the probate
code under state law. An amendment to a Revocable Living Trust must be in
writing, but it does not need to be witnessed. It does not need to be notarized. It
does need to be signed by the Grantors of the Trust and the Trustees of the
Trust since they are both parties to the Trust Agreement. In most cases, with a
Revocable Living Trust, these are the same people.
After the Revocable Living Trust has been signed, the original should be placed
with your other legal documents in a safety deposit box or a fire-proof cabinet
and a copy put in your Document Portfolio.
The following pages contain a sample filled-out Revocable Living Trust
Amendment form which will guide you on how to complete the form, and a blank
Amendment for you to complete.
Revocable Living Trust Amendment Form
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