1) As long as the property is owned by the trust, you are the trustee and you would sign any documents to sell the house as trustee. The proceeds of the sale would go to the trust since it's the owner of the property. Then, as trustee, you could distribute the proceeds to yourself as beneficiary.
2) If the trust owns the house, then the trust would sell the house unless you, as trustee, transferred ownership of the house to yourself as beneficiary before the sale. Once the proceeds from sale have been distributed to you as beneficiary, if you put them into a joint account, then they would become commingled with marital assets and could lose their status as your sole and separate property. To protect yourself, you want to retain the proceeds in an account in your name only as your sole and separate property. Once the money is out of the trust, the applicable law would be where you live.
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