Actually, I wish to modify my answer, slightly. I could find no provision in the Trust code which requires notarization. But I have never seen a Trust Agreement that was not notarized. Obviously, the "best practice" would be to have a document witnessed and notarized. The more people who witnessed the execution of the document and can later testify to the grantor's capacity (and perhaps intent), the better. But the documents could well be valid, without notarization. I even have had cases where the court has admitted documents that were not *SIGNED*, but were simply unsigned copies.