When you get a new loan, there will be a new deed of trust securing it. That deed of trust will list the name of the borrower. If it shows your name individuallly rather than your name as trustee of the trust, this means that the escrow prepared a deed taking the property out of the trust, and that is why the borrower is not listed as the trust.
Get a copy of the deed taking the property out of the trust.
If the borrower is you individually, you will need to get a copy of the recorded deed taking the property out of the trust. You can do this by calling the customer service desk of a title company in the county where the real property is located. Ask them to email or fax or mail this copy to you. Typically it is on microfilm.
Have your attorney deed the property back into your trust.
Send a copy of the deed taking the real property out of your trust to your attorney. Include a cover letter asking your attorney to prepare a deed putting the property back into your trust. If cost is an issue, call your attorney in advance and ask him or her what he or she will charge you for this service.