Many Florida residents, or Florida citizens, create a revocable trust, also called a Florida living trust as a part of their estate plan. This is a trust which you create and control, which will manage the assets which you place in the trust during your lifetime and which will also dispose of your wealth upon your death. Typically, a person who creates a revocable trust will also serve as the trust’s sole trustee during life and as long as you are still able to serve in that role. You may or may not have co-trustees who serve along with you as trustee. When you no longer are able or willing to serve as trustee of your Florida revocable trust, successor trustees will take over for you.