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.
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