In the Basic Home Study sample Deed to Trustee, it states

The situs of the domicile of said trust shall be the domicile of the Trustee and of any successor Trustee who shall henceforth act in that capacity. The said situs of the Trust shall be the governing jurisdiction for any legal action undertaken pursuant to the assets of the aforesaid trust.”

Does the domicile of the trust, and therefore the laws that govern the trust, change if the trustee moves or is replaced?

If I (MD resident) purchase a MD property into a VA land trust, can the trust be signed at closing if I have a VA resident trustee present?

If my trustee will be an out-of-state entity (WY LLC), will the domicile of the trust be WY or the domicile of the manager who will sign on behalf of the LLC?

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