Protect your assets and avoid probate proceedings by placing your estate property into trust with this Revocable Living Trust Agreement for California residents.
- The trustee will pay the trust income to the settlor (maker of the trust), and such portion of the principal of the trust as the trustee sees fit for the medical care, maintenance and welfare of the settlor.
- If the settlor becomes unable to manage his/her affairs, the trustee may pay the trust income and principal to the settlor's spouse and/or children.
- The settlor may make changes to or revoke the Trust Agreement by written notice to the trustee.
- Upon the settlor's death, the remaining trust property is to be distributed to the beneficiaries in a manner set out in a schedule to the Agreement.
This California Revocable Living Trust Agreement
is in MS Word format, and is fully editable to fit your circumstances.
Last Updated: 14-April-2016