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Does a "Revocation of Living Trust" null and void the trus

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Does a "Revocation of Living Trust" null and void the trust?
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It does; however, unlike a Will, which does not hold any property, if the grantor/trustee of the trust (which is usually the person who created it) transferred property into the trust, prior to revocation, they would have to transfer ownership of the trust property from themselves as trustee back to themself. Basically, they are reversing the process of when they transferred property into it to "fund" the trust.

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