Revocation of Living Trust

Last Updated: 9/29/2015

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The only constant in life is change, right? As your assets and wishes change, you will need to revoke your old living trust, and sign a new living trust. You should only have one valid living trust at any time.

This Revocation of Living Trust will nullify, cancel, reverse and permanently refute your old living trust. It will be as if it never existed.

That said, it's now important that you draft a new living trust or last will document, or if you've already created one on this site, just modify it and sign it anew.

Be sure to upload the signed copy of this Revocation of Living Trust to your Estate Vault, and share it with anyone who had access to the original living trust. The more people who have a copy of this revocation, the smaller the chance that anyone will dispute whether the old living trust has any validity.

Related Reading: How Is a Living Trust Different from a Last Will?



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