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Power to Revoke or Modify a Florida Trust

A power to revoke or modify a Florida trust. You know, everybody’s got revocable trust, also
called living trust in Florida along with a pour-over will. That’s the main property management
vehicle for someone’s wealth. So how do you know if a revocable trust in Florida has been
revoked or modified properly, right? Most revocable trusts say that the settler, the person who
creates the trust, retains the right to modify or revoke him. There’s a lot of trust lawsuits in
Florida when somebody tries to revoke or modify a trust to get a little more insight into this
Florida trust litigation topic, talk to an experienced trust trial lawyer or read the Robert’s case,
920 So. 2d 193, it’;s a 2006 case from Florida Second District Court of Appeal.