Click Here to Learn How Morris-Hall PLLC is helping clients during the COVID-19 pandemic.

How do I revoke my trust?

By March 16, 2015

Trusts are rarely revoked. Most of the time, once a trust is set up, no one wants to revoke it. However, there are situations where it does occur, primarily in the case of divorce. A brief written agreement is prepared, indicating that the trust is now revoked. The assets are removed and put in the name of the individuals, who are free to establish new trusts if they so desire.