Yes, it’s not carved in stone. You are the granter. You’ve created this. You are the trustee. You manage and administer it. So you can alter, amend, modify, or revoke it. There’s typically only two things you’re ever going to change and that’s going to be who you’ve named as your successor trustee to handle things for you when you’re gone or if you become incapacitated or the beneficiaries, who they are, how much money they get, when they get it. Ready to learn more? Check out our YouTube Channel. Contact our firm if you have any questions.
Can I Change My Trust After it is Established?
Aug 12, 2020 | Trust Administration