The Oregon Revocation of Trust Form is used to revoke an existing trust. Only the original grantor of the trust can revoke the trust. It is your responsibility to accurately complete this form. After signing the Oregon revocation of trust form in the presence of a notary, you should give a copy of the revocation to the Trustee handling the trust.
The Oregon revocation of trust form is quite simple and straightforward. Enter the grantor’s name along with the name of the trust. Be sure to include the name of the current Trustee. Date and sign the document then have it notarized. To be legally binding, you MUST give a copy of the revocation notice to the Trustee handling the trust.
We offer the free Oregon Revocation of Trust Form in Microsoft Word as well as a free PDF form. The Word file can be printed as is so you can fill in the blanks by hand. It can also be customized in case you want to change, add, or delete sections. The PDF version is chosen most often by users who want to print the document and fill in the blanks.
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