Should One Get An Attorney To Help Complete The Trust
The trust is inherently private, and thus can be completed privately by oneself; however, if legal counsel is wanted for any questions in the trust's execution a Constitutional Attorney is best fit for this type of trust (private irrevocable express trust), which can be found here (type in the city/state): https://www.lawyers.com/constitutional-law/
To execute the trust on one's behalf, the attorney would be required to "temporarily" put their legal license aside (most will not do this without large sums of money). So therefore, it is best to simply ask for their legal counsel and then execute the trust by oneself (trust us, it's really easy). An attorney help up to 90% of the way, leaving one to fill in the signature and find a grantor. A Constitutional attorney can even help add language to the document for specific purposes, like an annuity trust or living trust.