I would have the Grantor sign a correction deed making the correction to the legal description and the revision of the trustee. I would insert an explanation as to the two reasons the deed is being corrected.
I agree with attorney Smith, she has provided you with a simple, yet complete, response.
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You can also file an Affidavit of Change of Trustee to document the change of the trustee.
Here's a sample from the San Bernardino County website