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A Trustee has a duty to inventory, take possession of, and hold, all Trust assets after the trustor has died. If it is known that certain valuable assets are missing/unaccounted for, and it is suspected through circumstantial evidence that a co-beneficiary along with a 3rd party has knowledge of their whereabouts, or possession by fraud, can the Trustee legally compel this beneficiary and 3rd party to come forth with this information if the beneficiary and 3rd party refuses to do so voluntarily? If so, what legal means can be utilized?The current Trustee is my adult child and I am the successor Trustee as well as co-beneficiary with my other sibling (who, for reasons I suspect as stated above and were known to our deceased mother, was not named a successor trustee). The trust attorney, although presented with the evidence, seems unwilling to support the Trustee's efforts to locate and procure these assets at a substantial, financial detriment to me.