No. It is not.
When did it terminate.
I believe it was 2006.
It makes a huge difference whether it was 2006 or 2007. Was the trust formed in NY or California.
It was actually formed in Florida in 1997. My uncle said he managed it for nine years. He won't give me any other information right now .
It may not make much of a difference. The prevailing rule is that once you received the final accounting you had to take action within a relatively short period of time, and it appears that period has passed. You may want to post in California.
and in Florida. Did you receive a final accounting?
What do you mean by receive a final accounting? I was never given any information about how the money was used. I was given a final "distribution" of money. Is that what you mean?
Once a trust is terminated, a final accounting needs to be filed with the Court. It is generally given to the the beneficiary. It is possible that one is on file and you are not aware of it. It is also possible that such a final accounting was not done and therefore the Trust may be considered active. You're going to need to hire an attorney in California to force your uncle into providing information.
I just saw these comments after I gave my own answer. It sounds like it would be worthwhile for you to compel an accounting in the state that has jurisdiction over the trust. Was the trust under your father's will and did your father live in Florida? If so, you can compel an accounting in Florida.