I would not allow a 3rd party to handle any of my legal documents unless it's my personal lawyer.
If they wrote the trust, that's practicing law without a license.
If it was just a template they they have and filled out...it still has to be notarized to be legal. If you didn't have it notarized yourself, and sign it with the notary as a witness...it's probably not legal.
It doesn't matter where it's mailed from...but since you have to be physically present when the trust is notarized and signed...it just makes sense to me, that you would handle the trust personally.
The only thing the dealer should be doing, is filling out the Form 4, and even that is a generous offer. They don't have to, they simply do it as a curtsey so they don't have to deal with 500 phone calls asking how to do it.
I filled out my first one myself except for the dealers portion they have to fill out.
The rest, my dealer does because he has a PDF Form 4 that can pre-fill most of the repeat info.
You are jogging my memory lol. It was a template, filled out and notarized by me and the missus. I had them send it in to make sure everything required was there.
RangerWalker, duly noted to make copies etc. Appreciate all the advice from all.