Trust owned and trust titled assets do not require probate. An appointed trustee distributes the trusts’ according to the directive in the trust. There is no court permission required, there are no waivers needed nor consent from other parties required. A trustee needs to extra authority to distribute the assets, other than the authority granted to them within the trust.
Of course, creating a trust is the easy part. The real work comes in deciding what assets should go into the trust, and which should not. For these discussions, it pays to have the advice of a wills and trusts attorney.
Feel free to call for an appointment to discuss the handling of your affairs to ensure that your desires are met in the distribution of your assets.