Download a Washington Irrevocable Living Trust form which allows you to place your chosen property or assets into a separate entity to be held for the benefit of your loved ones. You, as the grantor, have the ability to choose provisions that reflect your unique family circumstances and your values. As an example, you may want to make sure your loved ones have reached a mature age such that the funds are more likely to be spent wisely; or you might be concerned that your beneficiaries receive an education. These are provisions that may be included in a trust. An irrevocable trust is not meant to be revoked or changed during the life of the grantor due to certain tax issues that may be involved.