There are many types of trusts, and they can be either revocable or irrevocable. While a revocable Trust is designed to allow you to modify the assets in the Trust after they have been placed in that Trust, an irrevocable Trust does not allow the grantor (the creator of the Trust) to have access to assets after they have been placed in the Trust. An RLT is revocable, allowing its assets to be modified or removed during the life of the grantor. An RLT becomes irrevocable upon the death of the grantor.
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