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How to Terminate and Irrevocable Trust in Missouri

As many people know, a Trust Agreement can be drafted as either revocable or irrevocable. However, many people are unaware that the term “irrevocable” does not actually mean what it might imply! Here are several ways to modify or terminate an irrevocable trust under Missouri law:

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While other, less common, ways also exist for modifying or terminating an irrevocable trust under Missouri law, the methods listed above seem to be utilized most frequently. In sum, when it comes to the world of trusts, it is important to understand that “irrevocable” does not really mean “irrevocable”!

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