Pub. Date: Feb 2010
Format: Word e-form
Country: United States
A Notice of Revocation of a Living Trust is used to terminate an existing living trust and call for the return of the trust assets to the person who placed the assets in the trust in the first place (called the “grantor”). In the absence of revoking the living trust, the assets in the trust will be distributed in accordance with the terms of the original living trust agreement when you die. This may no longer be in accord with your wishes.
This Notice of Revocation of a Living Trust can be used by someone who has established a revocable living trust for a single or for someone who is a grantor of a shared living trust.
This Notice of Revocation is a downloadable form. It comes complete with guidance instructions on how to fill in the form.
If you are not completely familiar with revoking a revocable living trust, we recommend that you purchase our legal kit entitled “Revocation of a Living Trust”. This legal kit not only contains all the forms you will need to revoke your living trust but also gives you a detailed explanation on how to do it.