Intention to Create a Trust

Typically, a grantor will execute a written document, known as the trust instrument, which sets forth the grantor’s instructions regarding the disposition of his or her assets upon the grantor’s disability or death. The trust instrument must be in writing if it holds real estate in order to comply with the Statute of Frauds. Missouri law requires that the trust be in writing and provides in part, that all declarations or creations of trust of any lands shall be manifested and proved by some writing signed by the party or by the party’s last will, in writing, or else they shall be void.

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