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My parents agreed to place their assets in trust with the understanding that it would protect their assets and take of my mother after my father's death. There is now a dispute between trustees and we have been told that the trust has no provision that my mother be beneficiary. For the 1st 6 years the trust was in existence, it did in fact, pay bills for my mother, therefore I feel that this proves the intent was to do so. Neither my mother, nor I, have the thousands of dollars for an attorney to represent her. Can I appear, on her behalf, with her pro se to ask that the trust be either modified or dissolved. There is also no proof as to how the trust was to be funded. My parents sold the property, received nothing, and a mortgage was assumed between the buyer and the trust.