People often believe that trusts are unchangeable documents written in stone. In fact, this is one of the big misunderstandings regarding Estate Planning. The only one way to change a trust is by going to court. The process isn’t as difficult as one may think. Irrevocable trusts often can be modified under the Uniform Trust Code or a state law decanting. Read on to find out more details on what it takes to alter a trust.
About Maria V. Primushko
As the founder of the law firm, attorney Maria focuses her practice on helping families with estate and legacy planning, as well as other legal matters such as Personal Injury and Bankruptcy Protection. Her goal and that of her team is to provide personalized support and guidance that creates peace of mind for all clients and families, no matter how big or small their estate is.