Legal Question in Wills and Trusts in Nevada
Is there a form to remove a person from a Living Trust completely without re-writing the entire Trust?
Asked on 7/17/11, 7:57 pm
1 Answer from Attorneys
George Greenberg Greenberg & Nguyen Attorneys at Law
In a sense Attorneys create customized "forms," documents to address specific needs that comply with law and conform to fact. I would not reccomend a form from a store for this job. Testamentary documents need to be very exacting and clear.
A Trustee in a simple trust typically has the right to remove an end beneficiary. However, the Trustee typically does not have the right to remove another trustee or Trustor/Grantor without their written consent.
George D. Greenberg, Esq.
Answered on 7/17/11, 9:30 pm