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I want to make a codicil for my Living trust i have now. All

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I want to make a codicil for my Living trust i have now. All my assets go to my 2 daughters. My older daughter is giving my younger daughter a bad time. My younger daughter is well established, but my older daughter has to struggle. I am afraid she will try and talk my youngest into letting her have everything!! I want to elect an executor of the trust The older won't argue with that.
Can i do this with a codicil??.
Submitted: 7 years ago via RocketLawyer.
Category: Estate Law
Expert:  N Cal Attorney replied 7 years ago.
Actually a codicil is used to amend a will, you can amend a living trust with an Amendment but it is not usually called a codicil.

The Amendment has to be executed with the same formalities required to execute the trust it amends.

It may be easiser to set up a separate trust for each daughter, that might avert future arguments,
Customer: replied 7 years ago.

Can i get a form form for an Ammendment on line as i did the Codicil?

Expert:  N Cal Attorney replied 7 years ago.
I don't know of any on line forms that would be suitable but you can have a local attorney or even a legal document assistant draft an amendment to the trust.
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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Thanks for your help. I have a better understanding now.

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