Amendment of Inter Vivos Trust Agreement for Withdrawal of Property from Trust by pellcity27

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An inter vivos trust is created by a declaration of trust which commences at that time, while the trustor (the creator) is alive. The property is then placed in trust with a trustee and distribution will take place according to the terms of the trust -- possibly both during the lifetime of the trustor and then upon the death of the trustor. This is different from a testamentary trust, which is created by the terms of a will and places some assets from the estate of the decedent in a trust to exist from the date of death and until fully distributed.

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									Amendment of Inter Vivos Trust Agreement for Withdrawal of Property from Trust

To:    (Name of Trustee), Trustee under a Trust Agreement dated (date), with (Name of Trustor)
      (Street address, city, state, zip code).

Pursuant to the power reserved to me as Trustor under Section (number) of the above-
referenced Trust Agreement, I now withdraw from the provisions of the Trust and terminate the
Trust Agreement with respect to the property described in Exhibit A attached hereto and made
a part hereof. I direct that this property be transferred and delivered to me. In all other respects
the Trust is to remain in full force and effect.

Witness my signature this the (date).


								
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