A trust does not have to include the word 'revocable' in its title and, in fact, many types of trusts used in estate planning are irrevocable. Assuming the real property is in the name of the trust, it is the job of the trustee to manage and probably distribute the property according to the terms of the trust. The trustee is afforded reasonable discretion in the administration of the trust (i.e. such issues as dealing with the personal property) and can be held accountable for acts of...