What Should The Trust Seal Look Like & Have On It

What Should The Trust Seal Look Like & Have On It

The trust seal should be simple. There are no mandatory words that need be written on the stamp, although we suggest something like "Private Express Trust Seal". Typically a circular stamp is used, but it can be any shape desired.

NOTE: Trustee signature typically goes OVER the trust seal stamp (e.g. John Doe, Trustee Without Recourse).
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