The Revocation of Living Trust Form is used to revoke or terminate a trust. Only the original grantor of the trust can authorize the revocation. It is your responsibility to accurately complete this form. After signing the revocation of living trust form in the presence of a notary, you should give a copy of the document to the Trustee handling the trust.
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