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Am I correct is assuming that since the original trustors of this declaration are deceased,my sister and I are the Trustors now as well as trustees since we have no third party involved? There is an area in our trust "power to revoke change trust"it states that at any time the trustors may revoke or change at any time change the interest in any trust created or to be created pursuant to this declaration of any beneficiary named in this declaration or in any amendment to this declaration.Also to revoke in whole or in part any trusts or trusts created by or to be created pursuant to this declaration. Also withdraw all or any part of the trust estate.I am going to suggest to my sister that I am gifting my half of property since I have no use for it but that she will pay me my share I guess under the table for the purposes of loaning me the money for financial problems I am having.
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