The Declaration of Trust Form establishes a new trust and appoints a trustee to oversee the trust. The document should be customized to include any specific provisions you’d like to include. It is your responsibility to check with your state to determine if the declaration of trust form is legally adequate for your needs.
Declaration of trust agreements are not presented with the plethora of restrictions or legal requirements set by states on other types of legal arrangements. While it is an excellent idea to put trusts in writing, some states do not require them to be written.
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