Download this South Carolina Revocable Living Trust form as a planning tool for the dissemination of your assets. A trust provides the grantor (the person creating the trust) with flexibility as to how, when, how much, to whom and for what purpose his or her assets are disseminated. A trust provides continuity because it continues in existence even after the grantor has dies. A trust is also a private document which is not probated by the court like a will. The grantor chooses someone they trust to manage the trust and make sure the provisions are carried out in the best interests of the beneficiaries. A revocable trust can be changed or revoked during the life of the grantor but becomes irrevocable upon the grantor’s death.