she believes its thew a small college her father helped start. when she went to find out they told her to get a lawyer and stopped answering all questions and asked her to leave is there any way to find out if there is a trust
I suggest that your grandmother retain an attorney to assist her.
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Attorney McMahon is correct, your grandmother should retain local counsel. If you need a referral, try the local bar association or the Avvo Find a Lawyer tool.
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Yes, Grandmother should retain legal counsel who is practiced in trust administration/litigation. IF she is a beneficiary of that Trust, even if only a contingent beneficiary, then she has rights that an attorney can help her enforce. If I can assist, please call. Best of luck!
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