Disagreeing in part with King v. Lynch (2012) 204 Cal.App.4th 1186, this decision holds that unless a revocable trust explicitly states that it can be modified only by the method stated in the trust, the trust may be modified by the same method allowed by statute for revocation of the trust; namely by a signed writing delivered to the trustee.  Here, the trust stated “The right by an acknowledged instrument in writing to revoke or amend this Agreement or any trust hereunder.”  That was not an explicitly exclusive method for amendment because it did not distinguish between revocation and amendment and because it reserved one method of revoking or amending the trust without excluding other methods.  Hence, the trustor’s delivery to herself of a signed amendment was effective even though not acknowledged.