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My husband and I have a living trust. Our parents have been our successor trustees but they are aging. My son is now 25, very responsible, trustworthy, and is graduating law school in the spring. We would like him to be our Successor trustee, removing our parents. We would also like to update our medical power of attorneys. Do we need a codicil, or an amendment or both? We already had one revision. Is it better to start over with a new trust so there is no confusion? Does legal Zoom offer just the trust update service?