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Amend a trust deed

Use this document to amend any discretionary, unit or hybrid trust

$250 plus GST

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Important information

All amending orders are processed manually by our team. Please allow a three day turnaround to complete this order. 

Please use this form if you require an amendment to your trust deed. We are happy to amend Discretionary, Unit or Hybrid Trusts for you and can do simple updates or make changes as per your requests.

  • Please email if you need any further information or give us a call on 03 8516 5363
  • A copy of the original trust deed is required before changes can be made by Legal E Docs.
  • In order to amend a trust deed we also require a copy of the trustee company details from ASIC (if you are using a trustee company). Please email this to

What you receive

Amend a trust deed document pack

  • The Amending Deed;
  • The schedule;
  • Minutes of a meeting of the directors
  • The trust deed

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Document printing - Choice of two options

Premium Printing - printing, binding, branding: (option 1)

Basic Printing - folder and divider tabs only (option 2)

We do the printing for you.

  • Folder with  entity name and your branding on cover and spine;
  • Trust deed x3 (2 bound copies - 1 copy presented in the folder);
  • Full set of supporting documents with coloured 'sign here' tabs;
  • All documents presented in a branded folder;
  • Express post delivery; and
  • A copy of your documents emailed in PDF format.

Add 80 + GST

Choose this option if you would like to save money by printing the documents yourself.

  • Folder with  entity name and your branding on cover and spine;
  • Labelled divider tabs;
  • Express Post Delivery; and
  • Emailed copy of the documents.


Add 40 + GST

All documents automatically emailed

YES! You will receive email copies of your documents.

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Have a query?

If you need any help during the ordering process, please call our office.

03 8516 5363

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Guide to Discretionary Trusts

Discretionary trusts explained using everyday language