Download this Massachusetts Revocable Living Trust Form as a way to plan for your beneficiaries to receive your property and assets. You can also set it up to pay income and expenses to yourself during your life. A trust provides continuity as it continues during your life, even if you become incapacitated and it continues after your death. It also provides flexibility as the grantor is able to designate how and when the proceeds of the trust will be paid. For instance, the grantor may specify that a beneficiary cannot receive any of the trust property until they reach a certain age. Or a grantor may specify that the funds from the trust only be expended on certain things, like healh, education or housing. A revocable trust can be revoked or modified during the life of the grantor. The assets and property in a revocable trust are considered part of the grantor’s estate.