Can a revocable trust have Title with no named grantor
1 Answer from Attorneys
The Grantor is the person who creates the Trust and identifies the Trustee, so "no," it is not possible to have a Trust without identifying who creates it.
That being said, if you mean instead to ask whether a revocable trust hold title to an asset without listing the Grantor in the title document, then the answer would be "yes" -- the Trustee could certainly hold title without naming the Grantor.
While I hope the information above helps, it is not legal advice. If you have further questions about trust creation you may wish to consult with an estate planning attorney.