Download this Michigan Irrevocable Living Trust form which is a way to direct your assets and property to your beneficiaries with continuity and flexibility and privacy. A trust provides flexibility because the grantor (the person creating the trust) can direct the assets to be paid at certain point, such as when the beneficiary reaches a certain age, or for a certain purpose, such as for the beneficiary’s education. The grantor appoints a trustee and a successor trustee to manage the trust and to make sure to follow the provisions in the trust. This allows the trust to continue during the grantor’s life and after the grantor’s death. An irrevocable trust is not meant to be terminated or modified during the grantor’s life.