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My sister and I are beneficiaries of my Dad's trust. He is deceased. My sister-in-law is the trustee. There are clear issues of breach of fudiciary responsibility. My sister and I have an appointment to go to a lawyer I spoke with to see about our case and he told me to bring a copy of the will and trust.
My sister called the lawyer that drew this up for my dad and was told that they had to have the permission of the trustee. We have never seen the will and my sister has a copy of the amended trust but not the original. My Dad had Alzeheimer's when the amended trust was drawn up and I have letters to prove this. Why do I need the trustee's permission to have a copy? Is this typical? She definitely won't give me one...