I am looking for suggestions (other than a lawyer's office) as where to store a living trust so that if something sudden happens to us (and only then), our successor can access and execute the trust. I am referring to store a notarized paper copy of the trust. In this thread http://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/is-a-copy-of-a-notarized-living-trust-as-good-as-t-885304.html it sounded like there will be challenges if the successors use a copy which rule out any digital storing methods (your hard drive, an online storage) . A bank safety box while secure isn't accessible to successors once we are deceased. A home safe is not fireproof and how can we give them the combo-code only after death. Other ideas? Many thanks in advance. Peaple on Avvo rock.