I, __________________, Trustee of __________________________________ do hereby resign on _______________ (Date) all of my Trustee responsibilities, rights, title, and any other interest whatsoever I may have or had in this trust or trusts.
Before resigning, I appoint __________________________________________ (Name and address) as the successor Trustee.
In witness thereof, I hereby sign my Resignation as Trustee of the above trust (s).
Thanks for the wording. After we get these letters notarized do they need to be brought to court or just filed with the state? Also, what about the bank account, should the letter state they agree to transfer over all the documentation like bank accounts and deeds or title or whatever.
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