I'm not a resident of Ohio, so I'd assume I can't technically title it there? But that is an option so I guess I'll see if that's a possibility.
I don't have the paper they gave with the exact wording in front of me, but what they asked for was something to the effect of "original trust or private trust documents with names of trustees". My uncle (who is also a trustee) sent me a copy of a document titled "affidavit concerning succession of trustees" which had everyones names and signatures, and a second page was attached with a summary of what the trustees can do with the assets.
To summarize everything here, I've been to the DMV 3 times now, and each time got a different answer.
After the first trip, we assumed the lady didn't understand what we were doing. She printed out several pages of their procedure with a section marked off for us, which we read in detail when we got home. Turns out this was some junk about putting a car INTO a trust.
Second trip, we argued there is absolutely no reason why we should have to provide them anything more than the original notarized title, bill of sale, temporary registration and various receipts from the BMV bearing my name. Sure seemed sufficient for us. Well, no. But at least this lady printed out the correct pages on transferring FROM a trust to a person.
Third trip, lady isn't satisfied with the affidavit that I brought and emphasized "original documents". And by this point the car had been sitting at my apartment for a week with expired tags risking getting ticketed or towed away.
I'm going to try another DMV and see what happens. If it turns out they literally mean "original" then that's just stupid since no one is just going to let me take them (their filed away in some court!), and I especially don't have any business seeing the whole thing to begin with as a matter of privacy.