Los Angeles Trust Revocation Attorney
Guidance from the Law Offices of David A. Shapiro, P.C.
Estate planning is an ever-changing process. There are certain situations
where one may wish to revoke a trust, or where one may wish to make an
amendment to a trust. Trust revocation involves formally cancelling a trust and therefore making
it null and void. It is a legal process that may be complex in some cases,
particularly if the trust does not have a distinct stipulation regarding
If you are interested in trust revocation and would like to learn more
about this important topic and how it may affect you, we recommend that
you consult with a legal professional as soon as possible. It is helpful
to discuss whether you can undergo a revocation in the first place and
also to find out how this will affect you. A Los Angeles trust litigation
attorney at our law firm can help. Contact the Law Offices of David A.
Shapiro to see how the attorney can help!
How to Revoke a Trust in Los Angeles, CA
In order to revoke a trust in the Los Angeles area, it is important to
first find out whether you may qualify. Your trust must be
revocable if you are to be able to modify or cancel the trust, and a Los Angeles
trust lawyer can review your particular case to determine the best approach.
Most often, the trust agreement will outline whether the trust can be
revoked, and in what manner. If there is no specific stipulation regarding
revocation, the grantor (person from whom the trust is made) may be able
to revoke the agreement. Your attorney will then need to fill out an appropriate
form to revoke the trust.
Depending on the case, a trust is typically a complicated document that
may be difficult to fully comprehend. Seeking out the assistance of a
Los Angeles trust attorney is therefore helpful, as you can preserve or
establish your right to revoke the trust.