I am the trustee, it has my name on it. Due to possibly being robbed by the individual who took over my trust fund making it a special needs trust, i cant reall talk to the perosn who set it up. I might have the name of one lawyer involved, but i think i was given a false name as ive searched for this lawyer and he doesnt exist. Ive been talking to the DA of the county the trust was set up in, as a special needs trust, and he hasnt helped much. Im not sure if i need more information to give other than my name birthday, ssn, names of the guardianships. Maybe a lawyer or two that were involved.. it was a small city and i have a rare name im just wondering what other information could be used to find the trust fund. if i walked into a DAs office, with my id and everything, could t
You seriously need to contact a trusts and estates attorney in your area who is familiar with special needs trusts. You are mixing up your terminology, which makes your question hard to follow. Are you the Trustee or the Beneficiary? If you are Trustee, where did you open the trust account? That would be the first place to look for the trust, and, how did someone else "take over the trust?" If you are the Beneficiary of the trust, it is possible that the grantor of the trust established the trust for you as a SNT - in which case, the trustee is responsible for making distributions "at their sole discretion". If you wish, contact the offices of Lillesand & Wolasky, P.L. - they are top-notch special needs lawyers in the Miami area.
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